Adult chat and pic swapping

30 Apr

I don't need an app that helps my teenagers do that. UPDATE: Several articles have been published suggesting that sexual predators have been using Yellow to find victims.

Immediately photos began to appear—other users who an algorithm had determined might be possible “friends” for the 13-year-old fake me.

The app also connects you almost exclusively with people .

• Has no functionality aside from the "finding new friends" option, and therefore has no discernible upside for teens under 17. So if your teen downloads Yellow they will be able to flirt via Snapchat with other people who may or not be the age they say they are and who mostly live within a 60-mile radius of your house.

It’s the place where 80 million people share picturesque, gently-tinted photos of bouquets, sunsets, spaghetti and cappuccinos.

And it’s a service Facebook paid

Immediately photos began to appear—other users who an algorithm had determined might be possible “friends” for the 13-year-old fake me.

The app also connects you almost exclusively with people .

• Has no functionality aside from the "finding new friends" option, and therefore has no discernible upside for teens under 17. So if your teen downloads Yellow they will be able to flirt via Snapchat with other people who may or not be the age they say they are and who mostly live within a 60-mile radius of your house.

It’s the place where 80 million people share picturesque, gently-tinted photos of bouquets, sunsets, spaghetti and cappuccinos.

And it’s a service Facebook paid $1 billion to bring into its fold.

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Immediately photos began to appear—other users who an algorithm had determined might be possible “friends” for the 13-year-old fake me.The app also connects you almost exclusively with people .• Has no functionality aside from the "finding new friends" option, and therefore has no discernible upside for teens under 17. So if your teen downloads Yellow they will be able to flirt via Snapchat with other people who may or not be the age they say they are and who mostly live within a 60-mile radius of your house.It’s the place where 80 million people share picturesque, gently-tinted photos of bouquets, sunsets, spaghetti and cappuccinos.And it’s a service Facebook paid $1 billion to bring into its fold.

billion to bring into its fold.