In the video, a man dressed up as Gaga and did his part to contribute to that “95 percent free-floating dong” demographic by disrobing before a handful of horrified webcam recipients.
Most of these strangers appeared to find the drag performance funny; save for, maybe, one middle-aged man who shakes his head disapprovingly after realizing what is happening on his computer screen.
Advertised as “Funny Anonymous School News For Confessions & Compliments” in the Apple Store, this anonymous app by Ambient is much like Yik Yak and Whisper. Learn more about After School in this Safe Smart Social video.
ASKfm is a social network where members interact by inviting others to ask anonymous questions.
Last week, our very own Dan Macsai was speculating about how to monetize the slightly-scary, balls-out phenomenon that is Chat Roulette (yes, a week before Jon Stewart even discovered the site) and now it seems someone is already using it for a cunning marketing wheeze.
Direct messaging is one of the main features of this app.Here’s what was buzzing around the Internet for the week of March 26, 2010: “Is Chatroulette the future of the Internet? Many, many of those men were baring it all on screen, apparently, prompting the site’s Russian teen founder to, at one point, threaten to turn the naked offenders into the cops.The absurd nudity problem quickly became part and parcel of the Chatroulette experience — and a running joke by the likes of Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show.” Stewart in particular predicted that the site would become “95 percent free-floating dongs” even before said dongs reached a critical mass.(Only time will tell whether the dick plague will also hit Meerkat, the hot livestreaming app of the moment, and Periscope, Twitter’s answer to that streaming service.)In its 11th hour, Chatroulette gave birth to, what I would argue is the most 2010-ish artifact to come out of the year 2010: A NSFW viral video that combined the popular Lady Gaga-Beyonce collaboration, “Telephone,” with the perversity of Chatroulette trolling.In some cases the scammer has contacted victim pretending to be Law Enforcement, possibly going as far as to spoof the number of a real local Law Enforcement department to make it appear that they are calling. If he tries to post anything pornographic, most public sites would delete it anyway.There are also seen cases where a scammer pretends to an online agent looking for pedophiles. If you pay the scammer he will continue to blackmail you. File a report with your local law enforcement agency and to one of the following below if possible. UK: Action Fraud - members serving US Navy & Marines personnel, you can report it to the Naval Criminal Investigative Services as follows: Your local NCIS Office can be foudn at "NCIS" your tip info to Crimes (274637)"Tip Submit" Android and i Phone App Select NCIS as Agency NCIS Hotline 1-877-579-3648Naval Criminal Investigative Service Russell-Knox Building27130 Telegraph Road Quantico, VA 22134If you cannot report to NCIS, notify your security officer, supervisor, or command. In the unlikely event that he does post something, you need to be proactive and contact the site immediately to have it removed.