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Synonyms for chatroom

a site on the internet where a number of users can communicate in real time (typically one dedicated to a particular topic)

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The move came a short while after the escalating dangers forced computer giant Microsoft to pull the plug on its UK chatrooms.
But Khamenehi did not declare such chatrooms to be haram or forbidden.
By the 1990s, paedophiles were using internet chatrooms and hardcore websites set up for adults attracted to children.
The psychological thriller Chatroom, follows the story of a disturbed teen who tries to alleviate his own misery by making others miserable.
to three months in jail after finding him guilty of inciting immorality by enticing men through internet chatrooms to commit homosexual acts.
Feidhlimidh Wrafter, of solicitors A& L Goodbody, acting on behalf of Betfair, said: "The court decided that chatrooms comprised intermediary service providers and relevant service providers for the purposes of the regulations and the directive.
There are 34 chatrooms, which are a great way to socialise and have fun and it always keeps me busy.
A FATHER hanged himself while using a live webcam despite attempts by other chatroom users to talk him out of committing suicide, an inquest was told.
Recording a verdict that Mr Whitrick, 42, took his own life, the Telford and Wrekin coroner Michael Gwynne said chatrooms directed towards insults and threats, whether physical or otherwise, should be regulated.
Paul Gibbons, 47, traced John Jones, 43, after they exchanged insults in a chatroom.
WITH the help of the NSPCC, the Home Office and the National Crime Squad, The People has come up with 10 tips for parents to keep their kids safe in the hundreds of Internet chatrooms.
And we find ourselves now trying to put some discipline into chatroom language so that it doesn't look like casual conversation on the chatrooms.
Internet chatrooms but trouble starts when two of them turn on the quietest member of the group.
Parents were warned about the dangers of internet chatrooms by a leading children's charity last night.
Users will have to prove they are over 18 before restrictions are lifted on sites containing pornography, gambling or internet chatrooms which are designed for adults or unmonitored.