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Another Be Web Smart reader did a test and shared the conversation with me: A quick Google search helped me to answer this question.
A few clicks and I found text excerpts and videos on You Tube of teens sharing their stories of Omegle encounters. In case you’ve read this far and are still not quite convinced that Omegle is a bad idea, here are a few facts about privacy and how the Omegle service works:1.
So we allowed her to use it with some conditions specifically: We work with her regularly, making sure that she understands why she can or cannot respond to posts/messages and what photos are appropriate to upload and which are not. But this type of thing could happen without these particular specifics. And it could be YOUR kids.***Update: Be sure to read my latest article on the dangers of Ask.fm!
Kids simply do not know what dangers are out there and what kind of creepy people lurk on these new social hangouts. And in fact, this past weekend, my middle daughter and some of her friends encountered one of those situations that my wife and I have been fearing. ******Update #2: See my Social Media Guide for Parents published on 9/27/14***Here’s what happened.
There are all sorts of users on Instagram and many are producing lots of amazing photos.
There are a few sides to that story, some people said that RIM was worried about competition to their own BBM (Blackberry Messenger).
I saw a message from one of her friends saying something like “don’t search for the user ‘Instagram’ on Kik…it’s gross”. When I searched for “Instagram” on Kik, it showed a user called “So Horney” or “Very Horney” or something like that, and the user’s picture was that of a man’s genitals.
Having seen that and having reviewed the lack of privacy and having read more about Kik, I talked to my daughter about deleting the app immediately. And I was scared for other families who don’t take an active role in protecting their children from the dangers online.
Here are some online safety tips that parents should think about: Remember, the best thing is to have an open relationship with your children when it comes to social networking. HTD says: Social media can be fun, but if you don’t know how you can protect your children, it can be very dangerous.
Don’t impose too many restrictions but also don’t completely let them do whatever they want.