Child sexual abuse is any form of sexual activity imposed upon a child by an adult or other child in a position of power, authority, or influence.
One of the biggest fears that parents have when kids go online is online predators, especially since more than 40 percent of kids have computers in their bedrooms with webcams.
The film starts off poorly - it's a whodunit, but the victim is a character who appears in just one scene before getting bumped off, so we don't have enough time to like or even hate (as it usually happens in, say, the Agatha Christie mysteries) her; so it's harder to find a reason to care who killed her.
The film improves somewhat in the middle, with a couple of tense scenes (like the one in the car with Willis suspecting Berry of being a spy, or Berry's entrance into Ribisi's "secret room"), and a few interesting (if brief) views of the net-chatting world.
Once you arrive at the site, you’re prompted to play the role of either “Venter” or “Listener”. Instead, we exchanged some small talk, joked about how we hope Blah Therapy doesn’t turn into Chatroulette, and then we started the process.
As a Venter, you’re given the floor to talk about anything that needs to be released from your mind. Unlike the popular random webcam chat site Chatroulette, BLAH Therapy won’t pull up any potentially indecent video streams from your chat buddy. I first read about the service on Mashable this week, so I decided to test it out right away both as a Listener and a Venter. My chat partner was excited to play the role of Venter — he said that in real life, he’s the Listener within his group of friends, so being able to vent was a valuable thing for him. Humorous conversation, but less therapeutic than some would like.