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When used safely, chat spots can be an effective way for teens to enlarge their social world and gain new perspectives.Teen Spot has a bright, colorful homepage displaying teen-friendly news and articles."Alternative" is for gay, lesbian, or bisexual teens. In "Location-Based," they can connect with teenagers from other countries.Also available are "Christian," for those looking to chat with others of the Christian faith; "Advice," for teens looking to have others weigh in on a sticky or confusing problem; and "Science," for those interested in everything from astronomy to zoology.Attention Parents and Guardians: If you have not trained your children to be vigilant about the dangers of the Internet, you need to start now. You understand that chat moderators are staffed but cannot be on at every minute of the day.
If you are looking for the old chat version, we are sorry that is has been disabled.Selling videos or pictures to users will also result in permanent bans. Pedophiles and child exploiters will be reported and full cooperation with all law enforcement agencies will be provided to catch those exploiting children, youths, and teenagers.Seek professional help before you find yourself in prison. Please keep in mind that this website will not be held responsible for any harm done to your children as a result of their own actions.Also unusual is Teen Chat Center's "Younger Teens Chat" for those ages 13 to 15, which is heavily moderated.Teens might also enjoy the free email service through this site, [email protected] While chat rooms can provide a social outlet for teens, it's important they're vigilant and aware that predators lurk in cyberspace, notes Larry Magid, a technology journalist and Internet safety advocate who has served on the Harvard Law School Berkman Center's Internet Safety Technology Task Force.On Zobe, chatters can copy and paste their chat URL on Facebook or Instant Messenger and invite friends to join them via those domains.