Photo Pete Bannan Radnor poliice police held a press conference Monday to alert parents about a dangerous website Omegle: Talk to Strangers. William Colarulo points out a live chat on screen that Detective T. That was the message of a press conference Monday held by Radnor Township Police Superintendent William Colarulo. Photo Pete Bannan Parents beware when your kids are surfing the internet.
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I was on this site trying to bait somebody and was asked ASL. There’s a whole different lingo that children use now.
ASL means ‘age, sex and location.’”Colarulo strongly warned parents to monitor their children’s computer and cell phone behavior.“I guarantee you the majority of parents have no idea where their kids go on the Internet,” said Colarulo.
“All you have to do is say hello and you’ll immediately be connected with someone. Going to the website’s video chat feature, Schreiber connected with several men who were in states of undress and apparently masturbating.“They keep searching and trolling the internet until they find a child,” Colarulo said.“We want to get the word out to the youth groups in the area and the parents,” he said. My concern is there are other sites like this.” A similar site is called Chat Roulette, Schreiber said.“I’ve been a police officer for 32 years and I’ve never heard of this,” he said, telling reporters that he is not on Facebook or Twitter.
“I’m pretty sure most law enforcement agencies are new to this.
the company is working on a way to better verify ages.
He noted that over 90 percent of Azar's users are over age 20 globally, and the app keeps minors and adults separate for matches.However, this website is set up to allow strangers to chat online with each other and through Kik Messenger, which allows people to video chat, as well.To show a group of reporters how easily it was to find a sexual predator at Omegle, Colarulo and Detective Thomas Schreiber logged on and began chatting while pretending to be a 15-year-old girl. The majority of the people on this site are men looking to prey on children.”“A 29-year-old male is chatting with what he thinks is a 15-year-old female,” said Colarulo.The 12-year-old Radnor boy whose experience prompted the investigation told police the suspect, a New York man in his 20s, allegedly coaxed the child to send nude pictures of himself, said Colarulo.The child found out about Omegle through a friend and finally told his parents what was going on, he said.“It’s frightenly simple for these predators to use this site,” said Colarulo. The warning comes in the wake of a 12-year-old township child who went on that website and was talking with an adult male who asked the victim to send nude pictures of himself, Colarulo said.