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In a day and age when broadcasting apps live and die within a year or two, this app was created in and taken over by Twitter at the beginning of Users must connect with their Twitter. Streams are live and there is no filter, so your child can be exposed to profanity, sex, and violence.
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Additionally, parents should discuss with their children how, when and where to create live videos and teach kids how to protect their privacy when broadcasting. Bedroom backgrounds, house locations and other critical information can be displayed and used maliciously by predators, stalkers and bullies in these apps.
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