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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.“If your child has a computer in his or her bedroom and you’re not monitoring that, shame on you. Colarulo wanted to get the word out about a dangerous website: Omegle Talk to strangers! 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.This was all done by a website.”The first thing parents tell their children is “don’t talk to strangers,” said Colarulo.
Just this evening I picked up a bottle that said: I’ve made too many mistakes, I’m afraid, and I don’t want to go on. Since the start of the year my voice functionality for throwing or replying to drift bottles has inexplicably disappeared, but am assuming it’s a version problem and hoping it goes back to both.
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?
”If they do track down the person who spoke to the Radnor 12-year-old, that suspect faces “a whole host of charges, mostly felonies,” said Colarulo.
Radnor is working with the Delaware County Criminal Investigative Division Internet Crime Unit, said Schrieber.
Photo Pete Bannan Parents beware when your kids are surfing the internet.