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Photo Pete Bannan Parents beware when your kids are surfing the internet.
Calling the contact with the minor “very disturbing,” Colarulo said, “An adult male from another state actually encouraged this child to send nude pictures of himself.
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.
Although the site warns that you must be 18 to use it, it was easy enough to click through to begin talking with strangers. “It took us, what, three tries to get a hold of a pedophile?
Within moments they made contact with an adult man who wanted to talk to the “teenage girl.”“Ninety percent of the time, it’s males over the age of 18 exposing themselves,” said Colarulo. ” Their new correspondent wanted to send them pictures, he said.
“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.
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.Since then, reporters at the NY Times got the founder to talk and they posted the email exchange here.Here are some interesting facts from the NY Times piece: I think we'll reach out to Andrey and offer him a visit to NYC.“We can’t keep our head in the sand and not do anything.”Schrieber said, “We do the best we can to try to educate parents. They don’t understand the ramifications.”Operators of the website Omegle did not respond to a request for comment by press time.Parents need to know that Chatroulette allows anyone with a webcam and Internet connection to instantly video chat with any other visitor anywhere in the world.