The only condition is that the operator provides a process for removing offending content expeditiously upon being made aware of it.The process for the removal of content will in most cases involve a clear, easy-to-use facility on the site by which users can report inappropriate content to the operator.Children's charities welcomed the move as "momentous" and said they saw it as a big step towards protecting young web users, but some have criticised the decision.Abusive contact Internet service provider Lycos has branded the action as "irresponsible" and fear children will move to other unmoderated chatrooms on the net.MSN is closing all its chatrooms in Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and most of Asia from 14 October, and changing the way others are operated globally."As a responsible leader we feel it necessary to make these changes because online chat services are increasingly being misused," it said. If you can't handle others you need to develop a thicker skin and grow the ! Despite the fact that I know people can be worse than cancer, I wouldn't recommend doing this because the chat can actually be quite useful. You probably know it and are just trying to have some fun. I'm not here to teach you how to play the game mid match.
A robust takedown policy will be necessary for each of these approaches.The website does not ban users because of their age.A user may experience nudity or sexual content on camera. There is a moderated video section and an unmoderated video section.For parents who want to track their kids, there are activity monitors like Net Nanny and Snoop Stick.Microsoft's internet service MSN is to cut back drastically its chatroom services because of concerns about child safety, it said.