ASKfm has a Safety Center to “empower users with the information, guidance and tools they need to navigate safely and enjoy the service.” Watch this Safe Smart Social video to learn more.
An i OS app that is used if you don’t want anyone to know that you downloaded a privacy app.
Wij zullen uw gegevens niet geven of delen op enigerlei wijze, tenzij: U geeft ons toestemming vooraf (bijvoorbeeld door registreren voor een account op deze website) We worden bevolen door een rechtbank met rechtsbevoegdheid.
Because of this chat room aims to be friendliest senior chat in net and safe, it is necessary to have a set of rules for chatters and administrators to follow. Please no Flooding, Spams and Clones other users name. Respect the chat moderators and the other chatters.
And if you really want to have a private chat you can make your own room with a password in each room. Do not give out your personal information such as your email address, home address and phone numbers in main room ( for your own security ). Do not post links to other sites except for our chat room links and our affiliates. If you private message someone and they do not respond, please do not continue to message them. Please Try to Have Only One Identity - Please do not use multiple user names. But, more importantly, it cause disruption in the chatroom.
It is hard to form trust in the people on any chatroom you participate in, and when an individual has several identities it causes mistrust, paranoia, as well as suspicion of new members. Please inform chat moderator if you want to use another name.
Our chat rooms and message boards are moderated by our team of Chat Guides and Forum Hosts.
ASKfm is a social network where members interact by inviting others to ask anonymous questions.
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