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Some chatrooms are "moderated", which means that a human watches over the chat within them and can eject troublemakers if they see a problem. There are a few "child-friendly" chat services that insist on registration beforehand to keep out solitary adults. One service which offers a protected place to chat is Gridclub, a popular UK service for year olds that requires children to register through their schools and that uses trained moderators.

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Some chatrooms are "moderated", which means that a human watches over the chat within them and can eject troublemakers if they see a problem.

There are a few "child-friendly" chat services that insist on registration beforehand to keep out solitary adults. One service which offers a protected place to chat is Gridclub, a popular UK service for year olds that requires children to register through their schools and that uses trained age. IRC is used more by adults and includes much more "adult" topics for discussion.

People use nicknames to identify themselves in chat rooms, and often choose outrageous names that may attract unwelcome attention. Chat users are not always fully honest about themselves and their characteristics, but the person who chats has no way of knowing zafe "studmuffin, 17" is really "weird man, 39".

It is best to choose nicknames that don't make your gender obvious or attract the wrong kind of interest, such as "sexybeast15". Chats often make heavy use of abbreviations that are hard for outsiders to understand, many of which are also used by people sending text messages on their mobile phones.

Chat room dangers that kids and teens are exposed to

Most schools try to block children from getting onto chat services using the school Internet connection, but this is not foolproof and children may just go to a friend's house or other place instead. The content of chats may also be a problem.

Children may be exposed to inappropriate language and ideas, such as sage sexual talk. They may be encouraged to send photos of themselves, even indecent pictures, and may be sent obscene images.

Sfae, they may come into contact with people whose intentions are bad; there have been cases of young people being approached online by adults or adolescents who aim to develop a relationship with them in rioms real world, a relationship that might end in criminal activity such as rape. The best advice for responsible adults is to talk frequently to young people about their experience of chatting online, getting then to explain what they do and discuss any problems that come up.

Parents may recommend safe chat services or moderated chat rooms, but youngsters will often still opt for other unsafe alternatives. Parents may also try to use filtering or blocking software to stop children getting to chat sites, but this is difficult to achieve with success.

In particular, children should understand about "stranger danger", personal details and privacy, and that it is best to be a little cautious. They should think first before giving out personal information like an address, phone and home address.

If they do arrange real life meetings with people they have met online, they should always tell an adult, take along someone they trust, and meet somewhere public. If young people do have a bad experience, do report it so that it can be wafe.

If it happens in a chat room, contact the operator of that website first. If it led to a real-life problem, contact the police.

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