The law exists to encourage rape victims to come forward and report what happened to them without fear of identification.How NOT to do it After a footballer was jailed for five years for raping a teenage girl, many of his team’s supporters named her on Twitter.There is an “Intruder stopper” option plays fake video upon opening.A private messaging app that takes from your existing social media profiles and adds them to your “bubble.” The content is posted for all of your friends to see.How NOT to do it: Paul Chambers went to legal hell and back after jokingly tweeting he would blow up an airport.And tough ‘incitement to riot’ sentences were doled out after the London riots of 2011. However – whatever your views – you should never, under any circumstances, publically identify the victim. Rape victims have the right to remain anonymous for their entire lifetime.When you meet a girl in reality, you may get intimidated by her physical presence. You are at an advantage of being yourself without constantly worrying about being judged for your looks or actions. Listening to what she has to say will give you a place in her good books instantly. Be Inquisitive to See Her: After having built a rapport with a girl, and having realised that she likes speaking to you, it is time to take things to the next level. Webcams enable people to see each other while talking, in a few simple clicks.
ASKfm has a Safety Center to “empower users with the information, guidance and tools they need to navigate safely and enjoy the service.” Watch this Safe Smart Social video to learn more.A rash of young people have recently been through court for comments they’ve made on the internet. He was jailed for 12 weeks for his offensive comments, while 20-year-old Azhar Ahmed was given community service and a fine for criticising soldiers in Afghanistan on Facebook. But, beside the obvious point that THIS IS MEAN, harassing someone online (known as ‘trolling’) is legally shady, too.Their crimes include: So how do you vent without getting handcuffed? “It’s extremely easy for police to trace you,” says David Allen Green, legal journalist and lawyer. If you’re causing trouble, Twitter or Facebook will hand your IP address over on request.” So no matter how much someone is peeing you off – whether they’re famous, or someone at college you just frickin’ can’t stand – stick to the age-old rule of ‘If you wouldn’t say it to their face, don’t say it at all’. Irony doesn’t always translate in publishing, so if you write anything where someone might not get that it’s a joke you could be in trouble.At Love Thing we employ 3rd party anti-scammers to ensure that our site is scam-free.We all know that a few bad apples can ruin your experience online, and we are determined not to let that happen.
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