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Problem: It is the #1 app used for sexting, mostly because people think it is the safer way to sext.
However, the “snaps” can easily be recovered and the receiver can take a screen shot and share it with others.
Contacting websites directly and making a report If you’re under 18 and an indecent or nude pic of you is posted online, that is illegal. If you confirm your age by emailing your passport to a Childline counsellor, we can make a report to the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) who will contact the website to try and remove it without anyone else being involved.
The IWF tries to remove any illegal images posted online.
Also, due to the rating system, it is often used for cyber-bullying, because a group of kids can target another kid and purposefully make his/her rating go down. Snapchat: This app allows a user to send photos and videos to anyone on his/her friend list.
The sender can determine how long the receiver can view the image and then the image “destructs” after the allotted time.
Problem: It is easy for adults and minors to find one another.
Here are some potentially dangerous apps that are popular among kids: 1.
Tinder: An app that is used for hooking-up and dating.
Reporting what’s happened with a counsellor means we can protect your identity and stop anyone else finding out.
Making a report can be scary, but our counsellors are here to support you and we won’t pass on your information without your permission.