Omegle is not okay for kids – unless you are okay with your kids chatting with complete strangers. Omegle has been around since 2008, with video chat added in 2009.
When you use Omegle you do not identify yourself through the service – chat participants are only identified as “You” and “Stranger”.
Not really relevant but I saw Omegle and wanted to share. I think she was schooling a random anti-christian troll about why what he was saying was not pedantically correct. I think she was schooling a random anti-christian troll about why what he was saying was not pedantically correct.
Another Be Web Smart reader did a test and shared the conversation with me: A quick Google search helped me to answer this question.
A few clicks and I found text excerpts and videos on You Tube of teens sharing their stories of Omegle encounters. In case you’ve read this far and are still not quite convinced that Omegle is a bad idea, here are a few facts about privacy and how the Omegle service works:1.
Omegle is a website that allows you to chat with a random stranger.
So right away we have probably answered the question in the title of this post!
Therefore your conversation is not really private, and the contents of the chat including any personal information you might share can be sent to anyone without your knowledge.