Grindr, Flirtfinder and Kik were also mentioned by workers dealing with young abuse victims.
Javed Khan, Barnardo’s chief executive, said: “As a father of four children I am concerned about the dangers facing them and other children online.
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Men admitted that a woman is most likely to get their attention by flashing some leg or cleavage regardless of how slim or attractive they are.Justin Battell, managing director of Flirt Finder says, “Men don’t seem to aim quite as high as their female counterparts and are happier messaging women who are less likely to reject them.“Often, no indicators can be identified for these young people that would identify them as being at risk of sexual exploitation and a significant number come from secure, caring families but have been drawn into abusive and risky relationships through their online activities.” In one case, 14-year-old “Jenny” was an “intelligent young lady” who had “supportive parents and close extended family networks” and was also a “high achiever at school”.But through her internet activities she met a paedophile and was raped, the report added.“While women seem to be drawn to good-looking alpha males with long term potential, men are more interested in having a date full stop.” Would you say women are the shallow sex?
Youngsters who would never previously have been considered “at risk” because they are bright and from stable family backgrounds can fall victim to online abuse just as easily as youngsters in care or abusive homes, it said.Many children consider it “normal” to send nude pictures on the web, the report went on.“All the projects that contributed to this report highlighted that some of the referrals they have been receiving in recent years do not typically display the usual indicators of child sexual exploitation," said the 100-page document.Here you'll find links to a complete list of filings available through EDGAR and instructions for searching the EDGAR database.The web's biggest companies, and arguably the best products, are almost always free.From Facebook to Google, Twitter and Instagram - free does not mean cheap.