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Chatter's Folly

What happens to chatters when they meet online preditors.

Melissa Efta

on 1 June 2010

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Transcript of Chatter's Folly

Chatter's Folly The first step an online predator takes is that they establish similer interests as their "prey." By doing this, the predator makes themselvs out to be a "friend."
The second step an online predator makes is that they will continue to build trust in their "prey." The third step a predator usually makes is that they will confide in you. They will convince you to keep your friendship a secret.
The fourth step they take is that they will send you an embarrasing picture, tell you something embarrasing, or something of the like to make sure you wont tell. Sometimes, but not always,
a predator will threaten you,
saying that if you tell unspeakable things will happen. Finally, after the predator has you under their thumb, they will want to meet face to face.
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