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If you use Kik, follow these tips from Safe Teens to protect yourself:● Think about what you post.
Sharing provocative photos or intimate details online, even in private emails, can cause you problems later on.
However, they cannot view deleted messages, which makes the dangers hard to monitor.
Company spokesperson Rod Mc Loed told the Associated Press that the problem is bigger than just Kik — especially when other messaging apps operate similarly.
Like a pro, I logged into our AOL account and covered the speakers with my palms. I didn’t know much, but I did know sex led to babies — I wasn’t an idiot after all. I began to quietly type so my parents wouldn’t hear the click of the keys. The details changed, but the core of my story was always the same; I had a newborn baby boy, aptly named Alex (after my little brother), I loved him very much and I was VERY confident in my parenting skills. Every night it was a new, random crew of mothers, but they were all looking for the same thing: the comfort and anonymity of the internet.
According to , in the case of a court order or emergency situation Kik can [provide] ( the authorities with a time-stamped log of a Kik user’s sent and received messages, such as in the case of Nicole.
In some instances, they can even trace the physical location of where a message was sent.
Last week the FBI confirmed that the murder of 13-year-old Nicole Lovell was connected to the anonymous messaging app Kik.
The young victim used the platform to message her alleged killer, David Eisenhauer, an 18-year-old Virginia Tech freshman who has since been arrested and charged with her abduction and death. It’s created a community of over 200 million users, but not everyone is just chatting with people they know personally.
If they persist, call your local police or contact Cyber ● Avoid in-person meetings.