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Unmonitored video chats

not giving out personal information or doing/posting anything which they would not like a parent/carer to see).

Do not transmit nudity, sexually harass anyone, publicize other peoples' private information, make statements that defame or libel anyone, violate intellectual property rights, or behave in any other inappropriate or illegal way on Omegle. You may be denied access to Omegle for inappropriate behavior, or for any other reason.” Users of Omegle should also be aware that there is freely available software which can enable the people they are chatting with to record (and therefore save and share) any activity, so the site is not as anonymous as users might think in that sense.Understand that human behavior is fundamentally uncontrollable, that the people you encounter on Omegle may not behave appropriately, and that they are solely responsible for their own behavior. There is now an option of choosing to use an “adult” version of Omegle which is not moderated and states that it is for users aged 18+.As to whether the Police should monitor the site then whilst it might sound like a good idea in theory, it would be incredibly difficult to achieve (this type of activity would not really be within the Polices remit).Police monitoring would also be unenforceable due to the global nature of the internet and as laws about behaviour and content vary from country to country. To an extent some information (the time chat began, the users IP address, and randomly-generated ID tags assigned to each computers) is held by the sites servers (Omegle say they retain the data for 120 days) which could be used by Law enforcement if it was required (e.g. In its privacy policy, Omegle states that any activity itself taking place on Omegle (the chat itself or anything activity on webcam) may be captured e.g.video chats, stored and monitored for misbehaviour.

They also state that “By using the Omegle Web site, and/or related products and/or services ("Omegle", provided by LLC), you agree to the following terms: Do not use Omegle if you are under 13.

If you are under 18, use it only with a parent/guardian's permission.

There would also be an issue about the resources required to achieve this as if the Police were to monitor Omegle then there would be an argument that they would need to monitor all other chat and social networking sites such as Facebook, email, text or instant messenger.

I’m also sure concerns might be raised about the right to freedom of speech and the invasion of privacy the police are monitoring everything we say online!

Education about safe use of any online cam or chat site is essential as realistically as soon as we deem one site to be “safe” and monitored, then young people will move on and find another site which is not!

I believe that no matter what site young people are using they should be aware of how to protect themselves online (e.g.

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