oovoo chat


I see so many young kids using oovoo now a days. Is this the AIM or MSN messenger of today? Just wondering

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  1. rameshthanikodi

    It's mainly video chat, and it offers up to 12-way video chat for free, teens like to come together and video chat in their cliques using oovoo. I guess you can say it's a AIM/MSN of today, but instead of text messages, it's video. For text, the AIM/MSN of today would be more of WhatsApp, LINE, WeChat, Viber, or Facebook Messenger, depending on which region you live in.

    • Locust Infested Orchard Inc.

      In reply to rameshthanikodi:
      Quote: "It's [ooVoo] mainly video chat, and it offers up to 12-way video chat for free, teens like to come together and..."

      Yeah, it's for those who predominately get a kick out of witnessing "happy slapping" live, a phenomena that started in London, UK, before the advent of Facebook Live, where the youth of today broadcast their malicious acts of violence, including but not exclusive to, targeting a single individual and beating them up good and proper, sexual assault, muggings, fighting, grievous bodily harm, and in an unprecedented case, manslaughter.

      I thoroughly and absolutely condemn such violent and vicious attacks upon the unsuspecting individuals. Technology must never be used in a way that is to the detriment of society, with parents, community leaders, and politicians alike ensuring they move swiftly to counter such behaviours, making them punishable under the fullest extent of the law.

      Technology companies have a huge burden of responsibility in ensuring their technology serves for the betterment of all, however entities such as Google attempt to absolve themselves from their moral duties, viz à viz, strategic placement of adverts on evil videos on their YouTube platform, with тėŕŕŏŕĩśtś monetizing $100,000s for their uploads.


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