When you use Omegle you do not identify yourself through the service – chat participants are only identified as “You” and “Stranger”.
From there however, anything goes – certainly a chat participant may decide to give their name, location, age and other personal information.
We use Microsoft Live Family Safety and her account is filtered to only allow “General internet” websites, and no social media.
I hadn’t until a teenager mentioned it in a comment on another article.I can log into my admin account and specify any websites that should not be allowed.I did this right away to prevent Omegle from being available to my daughter.Other services you can try for blocking specific websites include parental control filtering such as and or browser add-ons such as Block Site for Firefox and Chrome.Chance Cruise, the former fratmen Chase, was tipped 10,000 tokens from one viewer yesterday. This includes some very handsome guys with great bodies.A few clicks and I found text excerpts and videos on You Tube of teens sharing their stories of Omegle encounters. In case you’ve read this far and are still not quite convinced that Omegle is a bad idea, here are a few facts about privacy and how the Omegle service works:1.One video was a teen girl’s story of how she met up with an Omegle chat buddy in person without her parents’ knowledge. The Omegle homepage clearly states that the service is not for those under 13: “Do not use Omegle if you are under 13.I tried it a few times by clicking on the link to start chatting with a stranger.The first thing I was asked was “asl” – meaning what is my age, sex and location. On the second test, I ended up in a brief chat with a young man, a software developer from India.At the end of an Omegle chat, users have the option to save the chat’s log and share the link.Therefore your conversation is not really private, and the contents of the chat including any personal information you might share can be sent to anyone without your knowledge.