And while I’m sure many users have innocent enough intentions when using the app, the fact is, it’s impossible that everyone does.And the very thought that some kids could be open to being groomed by someone “Any app that allows strangers to send photos to children or vice versa is troubling.Naturally, you can see why some parents are starting to worry.Especially because Yellow, which is being dubbed the “Tinder for Teens,” is quickly picking up steam, with a reported 5 million users to date.The company has also said that users cannot connect with anyone over the age of 18.But here’s my question: How do you know the person you are connecting with is genuinely 18?
They need to understand what we do not support casual hookups and promiscuity. As we have already mentioned, life has no meaning without love and family.After sexually abusing her, he returns three days later to her school. The girl tells her teacher who calls police who arrest the man. Teenage dating apps are hunting ground for adult abusers. Yellow’s settings that enable adults to view children, through a service blatantly aimed at flirting and relationships, also creates an opportunity for sexual predators to target young people.This needs to be urgently addressed.” Yellow claims to be working on a solution to the problem, where the new app will require any user wanting to change their date of birth to send proof of ID to their customer service team.