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Webcam content online Some webcam chat sites allow you to chat to and see strangers online and may put you at risk of seeing pornographic content or adult behaviour on webcam.

This content should always be reported to the website/service.

While online porn has suffered in the past few years from the “proliferation of free porn on the Internet,” adult business attorney Michael Fattorosi told the Daily Dot, camming has only become more popular for one reason: “live interaction.” While porn sites take a product previously available offline and put it online, cam girls offer a service that’s only become possible because of the Internet.

“Getting a live show with your favorite porn star is like sitting down with your favorite actor or musician,” said Fattorosi, who offers legal advice to cam girls, porn stars, and camming studios, and is also engaged to marry a cam girl himself.

Just say no People may use webcam chat to convince you to appear naked on camera or perform sexually suggestive acts.

This can then be recorded by the watcher and be potentially used to threaten or blackmail.

There are a huge number of positive uses and potential for using webcams as a tool for communication.

Our advice can help you minimise the risks associated with webcams and video chatting.

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#Surf Monster #Surf #Monster Cam girls have been performing live sex shows since the advent of Internet-connected cameras.

But thanks to new technology and beefed-up bandwidth, the camming profession is experiencing a renaissance.

If someone ever asks you to do or say anything on camera that makes you feel uncomfortable then just say no and tell an adult you trust.

Tell someone If you have been the subject of inappropriate sexual contact or approach by another person via webcam or other forms of online communication then it is vital to tell a trusted adult and to report it to the police via the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre.

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