Guide To Safer Chatting
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Posts: 114
Posted: Thu, 21st Nov 2013 8:33 PM

Very simple.

Do not ever give anyone any of you personal info. Do not tell people your real name and never give anyone your passwords.

Do not show pictures of yourself or your family to anyone ever.

Do not get on a webcam for anyone unless you are ready for everyone else to see it.

Do not give out your facebook links.

Do not teamview with anyone ever.

Do not post any pictures of yourself anywhere on the internet, this includes facebook.

Do not tell your best friend your phone number and expect it to be safe.

Do not trust anyone at any time.

This all seems silly don't it? Grown people are posting images of themselves online or getting on a web cam doing naughty things then complaining someone else seen it. It is not the fault of this system, or any other system the things you do and post anywhere online. There are strangers in chat that don't like you or do like you maybe too much, and that's why you never ever post anything here, there or anywhere online for any reason.

You and only you must take full responsibility for the things you do and post online. No one here is going to babysit you, and make sure you don't do something stupid. Once you post an image or give out your personal info to someone that's on you and you alone.

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Posted: Thu, 21st Nov 2013 11:20 PM

Usted tranquilo no pasara nada.

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Posted: Fri, 22nd Nov 2013 5:36 PM

ke-kachondeo: what do you mean?

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Posted: Wed, 27th Nov 2013 3:45 PM

Well Said RAge

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Posted: Wed, 27th Nov 2013 7:10 PM

I guess this needs to be addressed also but, premium room users as a general rule of thumb its not wise to had out admin rights to more than 1 or 2 people. You are free to do as you wish in your own rooms, but as a general rule for most 1 admin on each time zone is prolly more than enough. The more people you give admin rights out to the more you are leaving yourself open for disaster.