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Learn More Terms: During your session, we will not ask for information that would identify you (such as your name or address) and we will not record the chat.However, if you disclose your name and location and are under 18 or if we fear that you are in danger of committing suicide (or otherwise as required by law), we may have to provide information you have given us to the appropriate authorities.I know it is not possible to answer these questions without judging the person ( i seriously do not think anyone can do it) but still if you could answer them, I would be grateful.. And even if you did can anyone think of a case that resulted in charges for just text chatting on the internet. You'll know when you cross the line - there will be evidence.Sorry did not see your messages hence the earlier reply post.. I appreciate the response and I realise its all interpretations, nothing black and white and I suppose a slip of tongue is possibly all that is needed. thats actually forgetting its wrong to even start such a chat.. Arranging a meeting, engaging in graphic sex talk, sending photos, posting porno links etc. I have chatted with 19-20 yr old but still never exchanged *dirty words* (here i was pleaded to say 'hot bitch' which I didnt) or pics or asked for cam..The girl wanted me to say something "nasty" on mic but I did not. I do not indulge in any sort of visual pornography although i do read stories, so I have no idea of "some cleavage" on teenager could amount to child Porn. I was a given a link to the pics ( similar as i saw above) but it was on teen group, is it illegal to even reach them ? And most important, since the person tried to cajole me into saying nasty line on mic, is there a chance it was undercover? Am trying to remember if anything I said was wrong, but i cant, i dnt have the chat transcript...I had seen the girls picture's on social networkin site and commented on nice eyes (the images might have had cleavage).. Is it illegal to absolutely even chat with 16 yr old, I guess that is legal age in CT. So the question in nutshell is, chatting to minor ( teenager) once, seeing some non-nude pics.. Sure there's a chance that it's law enforcement; 50/50.How big problem am I in if say the parents find out? But those aren't odds that I'd ever gamble with and neither should you. However, you're walking a thin line here, VERY thin!Why would you even want to buy this kind of trouble? Get her parents on the phone and ask them how they feel about it. One slip up, one sexual inuendo, whether "she" provoked it or not, and you've crossed that line.
Social networking sites, chat rooms, virtual worlds, and blogs are how teens and tweens socialize online; it's important to help your child learn how to navigate these spaces safely.
Encourage your child to think about the language they use online, and to think before posting pictures and videos, or altering photos posted by someone else.
Employers, college admissions officers, coaches, teachers, and the police may view your child's posts.
Even if you delete the information from a site, you have little control over older versions that may exist on other people's computers and may circulate online.
Let your kids know that it's wrong to create sites, pages, or posts that seem to come from someone else, like a teacher, a classmate, or someone they made up.