Parents need to know that - Live Video Streaming App! is a tool for broadcasting live-streaming videos and watching others' videos.
Users log in with a phone number, Facebook account, or Instagram account. " /Violent content is prohibited, but the terms of service do not specify what is considered violent content.
No violence was observed during the review period, and there's no violence within the app's content itself.
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Reporting an image or video If you’re under 18 and an indecent or nude pic of you is posted online, that's illegal. You can contact the website directly yourself or make a report about what’s happened to the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), who will speak to the website to try and remove it. Making a report can be scary, but our counsellors are here to support you.
They can talk about what might happen and talking to them is confidential.
During the review period, profanity and racial slurs were commonplace, some users were scantily clad, one 13-year-old was asked sexually charged questions, and one broadcast showed someone preparing marijuana.
Privacy issues abound as users have no control over who views their broadcasts, and all their clicks and interactions as a viewer could be collected or shared.
Via in-app purchase, viewers can purchase coins to give as gifts to broadcasters.
When you’re under 18 it’s against the law for anyone to take or have a sexual photo of you – even if it’s a selfie.
This means that if you pressure someone into taking a photo or you share a sexual photo with someone, you’re breaking the law.