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There was a time when I advised parents to avoid letting their kids use a computer with a Webcam, but many computers, including most laptops, now have them built-in.If you are concerned, about your kids' use of a Webcam, you might want to contact the PC maker to find out how to disable it.Back in the 1990s there was a service called CUCME (as in "see you see me") that let you strike up a video chat with strangers.I remember trying it when I got my first PC video camera and encountering a topless female on one of my first forays.I didn't hang around long enough to start up a conversation.There is only so far I'm willing to go in pursuit of a story.
Had she been under 18, I might have been inadvertently been breaking the law had I stayed for a chat.
Parents beware Parents need to be aware that this service is out there and getting increasingly popular.
Not only is it not appropriate for children to see some of the images I saw when testing the service, it's clearly not appropriate for kids to be showing themselves--even if fully clothed--to strangers via a video chat.
On a Windows machine, you can open up the device manager, click on Imaging devices, right click on the line for your integrated camera and select disable--do not select uninstall unless you want to completely remove the software that operates the camera.
If you have a parental control filtering program you can also block but, for most families, your first line of defense should be to talk with your kids.
If you click "allow," you'll see your picture in the bottom box. If you don't strike up an immediate conversation with the first person you see, you can press Next to go to the next person--kind of like spinning a roulette wheel.