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Sexual grooming of children also occurs on the Internet.
Some abusers will pose as children online and make arrangements to meet with them in person.
Children and teenagers with behavioral issues such as "high attention seeking" have a much higher risk than others.
Facebook has been involved in controversy as to whether or not it takes enough precautions.
Jim Gamble, leader of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop) of the United Kingdom, stated in April 2010 that his office received 292 complaints about Facebook users through the year of 2009 yet "None of these complaints came direct from Facebook." A spokesman for Facebook responded to complaints by meeting Ceop directly in person, and saying, adamantly, "We take the issue of safety very seriously." In 2003, MSN implemented restrictions in their chat rooms purportedly intended to help protect children from adults seeking sexual conversations with them. chat rooms were investigated by the New York State attorney general's office for allowing users to create rooms whose names suggested that they were being used for this purpose. agreed to "implement policies and procedures designed to ensure" that such rooms would not be allowed.
Spotting Nosy and Predatory Chatters Staying Safe Reporting bad behavior in chat rooms Community Q&A The internet is a place to make new friends. However, you have to be careful and observe carefully to what is being said.
After a while, you can recognize if someone is lying or is really becoming a friend.