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chat room

Online A virtual environment on the Internet, in which participants with similar interest 'talk' via keyboard
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I remember hanging out in MSN chat rooms with crazy groups of people.
Leon posted under the username CardiffLad4 and was involved in many chat rooms such as "Extreme abuse and entertainment".
The footage - which shows thee people on webcam and a number of others on the typed chat room section - sees one user telling the others: "I will take you and I will slit your throat from ear to ear and then hang you by your feet."
An instruction to employees to stop using the chat rooms was made around three years after the employee started using the chat room.
The Committee does not believe that merely posting general comments on a bulletin board or chat room should be considered solicitation.
Chat Rooms could see more users engagements as compared to the current group chat or one on one chat formats.
Under it he was not allowed to have contact with children or to use internet chat rooms.
Hicks was forbidden from entering chat rooms in a bid to keep other youngsters safe.
The priest, who occasionally subs in a chat room, is often dismayed by the image of God that visitors present.
Sanborn, a former GED student, is a frequent user of the library's computers, and on Monday told chat room members he was going to "shoot up a college," campus police said.
Take a simple chat room. If you've ever hung out in one of these virtual spaces, you know that there's etiquette to follow and that some degree of moderation exists amid the creative anarchy.
We met in an internet chat room and have talked about everything.