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Synonyms for chat room

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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Chat rooms, while not a particularly cutting edge technology, are receiving increased scrutiny from banking regulators who are aiming to dissuade traders from using them to pass sensitive information to clients and peers.
With the advent of Google's Gtalk (now Hangout) and Facebook, these Chat Rooms, however, became passe.
The Standing Committee on Advertising will consider withdrawing or modifying Florida Advertising Opinion A-00-1 regarding attorney participation in chat rooms at the request of The Florida Bar Board of Governors at its meeting to be held via conference call on May 13.
Subrahmanyam's team also conducted in-person interviews with teens who hadn't participated in the chat room study.
In the 2003 book by Brent Hartinger, a teenager thinks he's the only gay student in his high school until he learns that his gay online chat room buddy is a popular school athlete.
Internet chat rooms can be very safe, but they are not reliable.
This article presents the results of this analysis of thirty chat room sessions that occurred between the fall of 2001 and the spring of 2003.
An additional chat room was available for the China-US horizontal negotiations.
Many people believe that chat rooms are unsafe, but as long as you are responsible and do not give out any personal details, such as your phone number or address, they are perfectly safe.
The site featured links for chat rooms for about nearly 100 Southern California middle and high schools, particularly in the San Fernando Valley.
Thirty percent of the girls who completed an online survey reported that they had been sexually harassed in a chat room.
This form of communication usually occurs in an online chat room where the students and instructor gather at a specific time to communicate directly with one another.
Called Walter's Extrusion Pub, the chat room was set up by Walter Cornell, president of extrusion equipment installation and consulting company Up and Running, New Haven, Conn.
For example, an individual solicits a personal meeting with a child while communicating in a chat room.
If the woman of your dreams has red hair and is young and lithe, log onto AOL, enter the chat room, and describe your fantasy partner.