Google adult porn chatrooms

“chat rooms are a well used service and we have to hope that not all chat rooms are going to close,” stephane marcovitch, of afa, told afp.

in portugal, the government said it had no plans to follow microsoft's example.

[an error occurred while processing this directive] i applaude the actions of bill but this is a stunning move and a pat on the back is in order.

there's obviously gonna be a load of moaning but at least it won't be the sort that is derived from old men stnding over young kids – it'll be more your run of the mill kind of moaning.

“we do not foresee closing our discussion sites,” a spokesman said.

the chat services being affected are in the following areas: europe, the middle east, africa, asia, and much of latin america.the more positive move that could be made would be to ensure all chat rooms were moderated 24/7, this can be done – aol provides it for the vast majority of its public rooms (and yes, i know, aol sucks, but….all the same….) initiatives to protect our children will probably cost someone money. it's cheaper (in so many ways) than trying to put a family back together after abuse / murder (the end result in many of these cases).here's from geoff, lifted from msnbc: “this is a decision based upon consumer experiences, our strategic investment to build up msn messenger.” – by fyii love chat rooms, and have been regularly using them on the internet since the days when i accessed the internet using an amiga and a 9600 baud modem!however, i am also a parent of a young child and am increasingly aware of the sheer amount of porn spam that finds it way everywhere on the internet.

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