Does anyone know of a chatroulette style site for language learning?
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. I know there are many sites for language learning. Is there a chatroulette style site that you would recommend? Thanks in advance.
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I also wanted to apologize to the families who had to endure this. I know it was you who needed this apology. But we both know that you're going to want more. So I'm going to ask for one more thing, and it's really big. Any website or technology that can help parentsstop the sharing of intimate photos of children is of paramount service to society. Period. Whatever data these sites are generating is large enough to outnumber the images. There is simply too much information out there. There is simply too many tips and tricks beingshared around. And if we truly are to have a society in which kids are not only safe from abuse but where abuse is not onlynot happening, then we need a society where abuse is not onlynot happening, then we will have made a huge scientific and technological advance.
And so I ask that you please consider donating whatever you are able to to the families of children who have beenvictims of cyberbullying. Make it a donation every single cent you can. You cando it. We cando it.
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