But that's the beauty of the 'next' button, because you can just disconnect automatically.They have no idea who you are unless you tell them."Another student said she "would never actually like physically meet up with anyone from Chatroulette.In addition to moving video windows to the upper portion of the page, Chatroulette users can also now resize chat windows to suit their individual needs.
There's a lot of illegal activity on this site that's hard to enforce.
The new online chat service that connects complete strangers via webcams is reportedly gaining thousands of users a day – but it's also raising fears that it could be fertile ground for pedophiles, sex offenders and child molesters."There is a lot of illegal activity on this site that is hard to enforce," Ernie Allen, President of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, said on The Early Show.
Even the people that I thought were cleaner conversations, a lines down, they would offer to disrobe. This is the last place parents want their kids to be."What should parents do?
Someone had said that, on the site, for every one cool person you talk to, you get 25 weirdos or perverts. "The first thing you need to do," Allen replied, "is simply make sure the computer is not in their room. They can connect with Grandma from a webcam in the living room, family room. This is a place that kids will gravitate to, because it's new, it's extreme, it's outrageous.
But it didn't take her long to run into the site's dark side: a man exposing himself. Del Conte told "Early Show" co-anchor Harry Smith she "was really surprised" by what she found on Chatroulette.