A blog on the website features posts targeted at school-aged teens, such as 'Big changes are coming to the SAT test: What you need to know', 'Safety tips for those that are studying abroad this summer', '10 things every teenage girl should know' and '10 social apps every teen should have'.Safety precautions outlined on the site describe screening for 'suspicious sexually oriented keywords', photographs, chat room moderation, user blocking and a reporting function for people acting inappropriately.In less than two years, the app has made over a billion matches.Its terms and conditions say that users must be aged 13 and up and no older than 19 - but a Queensland police officer says a Child Protection Unit confirmed to her it was a 'playground for paedophiles', the Townsville Bulletin reported.
"I met him in real life unintentionally," she says.
Queensland Association of State School Principals president Michael Fay told the Townsville Bulletin use of social media 'in general' had been a concern for some time, and that while smartphones were often banned at school, they could not control what happened outside school.
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You have no way of knowing who this girl’s parents are (and no way to know if it really wasa 14-year-old girl, which should be no surprise to you), and the odds of your being able to track them down and warn them to keep a closer watch on her internet activities are vanishingly small.
Do not allow some parental or chivalrous fantasy to delude you into thinking you should have any further contact with this person.