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The company also is eliminating the teen chat category and limiting usage of all chat rooms to adults, although it was not clear how the company would prevent children from signing up as adults because credit cards aren’t required.Spitzer, a Democrat running for governor next year, said he started the investigation at Bruning’s urging.
“We think this is an agreement that can be a template for others to use.” Bruning said the agreement means “our children are safer online and predators have fewer opportunities to prey on them.” Among the illicit chat rooms removed were those with labels such as “girls 13 & up for much older men,” “8-12 yo girls for older men,” and “teen girls for older fat men.” Many of these were located within the “Schools and Education” and “Teen” chat categories.
Sex is a personal thing (duh), and sometimes you've got questions about it that you're just not comfortable asking your doctor, your priest, or your congressman.
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it would appear that a surprising number of people use webcam conversations to show intimate parts of their body to the other person.
Also, the fact that the Yahoo software allows more than one person to view a webcam stream without necessarily sending a reciprocal stream means that it appears sometimes to be used for broadcasting pornography." Bless. A spokesperson gave this statement to uk: "We were not aware of nor would we condone this reported activity.
Between 20 a piece of surveillance software called Optic Nerve took still images from Yahoo webcam chats and stored them on GCHQ databases. According to the 's report, the documents also show that the intelligence agency had problems making sure that the images weren't seen by staff members -- between 3 percent and 11 percent of images were described as containing "undesirable nudity".