Why is there no chatroulette website where you can specify gender?
We will create it, and you will use the API to find girls and guys who want to have sex with you and to arrange financial and sexual gifts. But don't worry, we will keep all your personal information safe because we have full access to your information.
What if I lose my number?
We will call the number you provided and we will find you a new one immediately on the website of another sex-chat platform. Or we will find a random person on the internet and we will destroy their life with webcam and all.
Your right to be forgotten. That means you have no right to call us and want to end your online life. That is a very serious right. The more we destroy the rights of the people with whom we communicate, the more reason we have to believe that they are safe from harm. The more we believe them to be safe, the more reason to allow them to communicate. It is a vicious circle.
The more we believe that people are safe from harm, the more we demand of those in authority that we be, and the more we let them have complete control, the more they believe themselves to be safe. It is the human drive to power that is on the rise, accelerating. And as that power flows from one end of the globe to the next, so too do the risks. The more we trust the internet and technology, the more we demand of ourselves to rein in the unknown.
And in this rapidly expanding regulatory storm, we must keep in mind that online safety remains a zero-sum game. As technology evolves, so too does the need to protect both the rights and the safety of both users and platforms that they facilitate violence. And the unpredictability and the blind violence of modern technology is what tempts irresponsible and dangerous people to launch horrific online attacks. Now is the time for states and civil society to come together to ensure that violence, once again, does not strike fear into the hearts of those who would do us harm.
Today, I would like to invite you to try to put aside your personal concerns and to heed the advice of those around you. Don't panic. Stay calm. Trust that the authorities are watching your online, and your offline. And if you need some reassurance, check in with a friend. Sometimes they calm you down. And if you need some reassurance, check in with the authorities.
We know that some teenagers re-enact killings on webcam. Do these videos actually happen? We have seen them. I can speak from my youth, for I saw them. And they struck fear in the teenage mind. I have seen them again and again. I have my own, very real, fear of girls. I have also seen it first-hand in the virtual world. But do these videos really happen? I think they do. I just need to do some maths. And for that I need your help. So