Omegle is a website that allows you to chat with a random stranger.
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Another Be Web Smart reader did a test and shared the conversation with me: A quick Google search helped me to answer this question.
A few clicks and I found text excerpts and videos on You Tube of teens sharing their stories of Omegle encounters. In case you’ve read this far and are still not quite convinced that Omegle is a bad idea, here are a few facts about privacy and how the Omegle service works:1.
This action connects your Omegle use to Facebook, and Facebook friends could potentially see Omegle activity on your profile.
(Although you can change that setting – highlighted below – to “Me Only” so that your Omegle activity is not shared).3.
Omegle is not okay for kids – unless you are okay with your kids chatting with complete strangers. Omegle has been around since 2008, with video chat added in 2009.
When you use Omegle you do not identify yourself through the service – chat participants are only identified as “You” and “Stranger”.
After a while it upgraded the chat to chat using video camera and microphone. Why is Omegle is not like other alternative chatruletki?
The point is that there are slightly different interface, as well as have the opportunity to link your account with facebook.
One video was a teen girl’s story of how she met up with an Omegle chat buddy in person without her parents’ knowledge. The Omegle homepage clearly states that the service is not for those under 13: “Do not use Omegle if you are under 13.