Sex chat on a 3ds
So the "College Girl" started to cringe and get annoyed.She change the subject so fast to private peep show and having fun.
Parents are too trusting of their children, and often think their child is smart enough to recognize when they're being targeted, so basic precautionary measures should be adopted.The person claims to be an american college girl, but is mostly probably a fat loser with fat stains on all over his shirt Had one on psn contact me a few weeks back... Someone hits me up, says "hi", I ask who is this and they tell me that they're bored and just want to chat. first article I have ever read on N4G where I am struggling to see a single dislike to any of the comments! I used to play with a big You Tube streamer all the time so I thought it was a fan that recognized me the first time.It started off all innocent and escalated quickly... I instantly think Chris Hanson is going to come out from behind some curtain and ask me to sit down while he holds my chat log. Clearly angry fanboys don't enter articles about college girls! As a adult myself, can take care of myself but children is different. Your network is all over the news, but the story isn't PSN is the place to play games this summer; Instead it's "An innocent game of Fifa has gone awry, Billy was working on his corner kick when he received messages from "Sally"" The Xbox One and PS4 have parental controls, hell I'm pretty positive the 360 had them too.With the family controls it gets even more granular, setting hours they can play, who they can speak to etc etc.This needs to get approved so the message to stay away from this scam gets out to gamers I got message too.
I wrote so cringy stuff because I knew that this is very sketchy.
From what games you like playing, to "do you want a free pass to watch me practice my show"...
All I needed was my credit card to verify my age....
It's sad that these companies should have to try to inform better, but it's also sad the media likes to make this into the fault of the console maker, instead of trying to make the perpetrator the actual problem, and using the oppurtunity to actually inform parents that certain features exist.
Some are more responsible, but when's the last time you saw more than a paragraph that these features existed at the end of an article or report on such matters.
How can I trust that their intentions are true when you have these scammers out there ruining it for all of the honest lonely college girl who apparently can't find love. You also need to consider most of your average parents or grandparents buying these devices don't even know they connect to the internet.