I think I should start a collection of screen shots of 12 year olds flipping us off. I mean, 90% of the people there are trolling for boobs or showing their wieners, but it's still pretty entertaining. I had a job similar to this, chatting to random strangers, but they paid me well to put up with it.
Friends will come over to watch movies, and we'll end up drunk on chat roulette for hours instead. I actually prefer Omegle because the cam images are bigger.
My question involves criminal law for the state of: DC I'm 18 and I think I sex chatted with a 16 or 17 year old once or twice on omegle.
Not for more than 5 minutes (not that it would matter I guess).
However, if you visit the site, half of it is middle aged men showing penis's, and the rest drunks showing guns, or even some women exposing themselves. Theoretically in California if one went on just trying to have some funny chat sessions, and saw mostly penis's and guns, then decided to expirement themselves, and, after a few clicks, they get a middle aged woman pleasuring herself with a sign that said "play with me".
Noticing a new TOS on the site (stating you had to be 18 or older: and she was definitly over 18, and with all the penis's, one decides they could experiment, whats the harm?
It seems to be popular, since users have already taken two million photo snapshots with the program.
My question involves criminal law for the state of: California Hello, and thank you ahead of time for your help.
is a webcam chat site (supposedly anonymous) where you are matched with random people.
Besides that, Rounds takes a number of precautions to try limiting the amount of explicit content that plagued Chatroulette.
For one, there is no anonymity, since your name and user profile are clearly presented during chats.