The app, called 'Yellow' is marketed as 'an easy and free way to make new chat friends' but online safety experts are concerned adult predators could use the app to groom minors for sex, reported the Adelaide Advertiser.Online safety advocate Sonya Ryan, from the Carly Ryan Foundation, said she came across requests for nude images straight away while testing the app, and said users could be faking their age and identity.Above all, this app comes absolutely free and there is no hidden cost. The profile of the user can be created using favorite music, videos and wallpapers. Moco App offers an ample of chat rooms to choose from.From here, the user can easily have a 1-1 chat or group chat according to his desire and specification.After all, it’s a generous offer and it would be rude to refuse wouldn’t it?Whilst there’s no harm in owning a webcam and doing what you will with it, you do have to consider the fact that to receive such a gift instantly involves giving out your home address. Also, you should be aware that it is quite easy to capture either live feeds or still images from a webcam if you so wish.You have probably already decided whether you trust Skype and its technology, so you’re not sailing entirely into the unknown on that score.And Skype is now owned by Microsoft, a company you’ve probably also already decided whether you trust or not. Microsoft is much bigger – and used to being much bigger – than Facebook. Many more of those many more developers are involved with security. Fun is good, but like many things, too much fun often gets in the way of security.
Gillian and William Blake are the hosts of a popular New York City breakfast radio chat show, The Billy & Gilly Show, where they play the perfect couple.In today’s technological age these sorts of experiences can be enhanced, through services such as Microsoft’s MSN messenger, by using microphones and webcams.So what do you do if you haven’t got a webcam and the person you like offers to send you one?(If you are reading this on a Windows computer, an accurate first approximation is that you do.) Microsoft, despite being the archetype of closed-source software vendors, has consistently improved its attitude to security over the past 20 years, when it first wandered into the security field with a badge-engineered version of Central Point Anti-Virus. Perhaps, then, Facebook Microsoft-by-way-of-Skype will cause some of Redmond’s recognition of the long-term value of security to rub off on the social networking giant. You didn’t ask for help, so even if you think you need help now, consult a real-world friend you know and trust. Here’s some straight-talking advice on this issue: Paul Ducklin is a passionate security proselytiser. ) He lives and breathes computer security, and would be happy for you to do so, too.In the meantime, don’t let your guard down just because you’re video calling directly from Facebook, where you’re used to having fun. And watch out for calls from hijacked accounts, or from borderline “friends”, just as you ought to do via any other messaging service, including email. Mike Mc Grady was convinced that popular American literary culture had become so base—with the best-seller lists dominated by the likes of Harold Robbins and Jacqueline Susann—that any book could succeed if enough sex was thrown in.