Warning to ‘sex app’ users to test chronilogical age of permission

Warning to ‘sex app’ users to test chronilogical age of permission

Those who utilize “hook-up” apps to satisfy for casual intercourse need to ensure their partner is over the chronilogical age of permission, the National Crime Agency is warning.

It follows a rise that is reported the sheer number of teens phoning the NSPCC’s helpline with bad experiences after getting apps like Grindr.

One guy contacted by Newsbeat said he’d been “groomed” by a 24-year-old after going online aged 13.

App developers state users must confirm they have been of appropriate age – over 17.

You can find several”hook-up that is free apps which reveal the pages of nearby users – including their photographs and sometimes their intimate choices. Continue reading “Warning to ‘sex app’ users to test chronilogical age of permission”