Diversity in opinions is great and all, but I've noticed some very disturbing comments made by users in "upper" age brackets directed towards the younger age groups mainly 13-16. Not to mention the fact that many profiles are fake (can't do much about that).
It just seems awfully easy for deranged individuals with bad intentions to access young blood. As the population of GaG grows, so will this fringe of anonymous lurkers that ruin the fun of diversity for the rest of us. Do you think GaG will EVENTUALLY have to step in with regulatory settings or is this a total nonissue?
- This could be a huge problem in the future. GaG will have to step in.Vote A
- No, let the people sort it out amongst themselves.Vote B
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Honestly if anyone on here doesn't think carefully who they talk to. I see it as their fault if they get into big trouble. Just because some are under the age of 18 doesn't mean they don't know how things work in the online world. I would think by now most people under 18 probably know more than most 20 year olds since they have been exposed to online stuff much longer than people in their 20's. I mean when I was 11-13 I remember that dial up internet that made that lough awful sound when you tried to log on. Internet type things weren't that simple to understand unlike they are now. So I think they have enough knowledge to know who's faking. If they don't then I take that as they just aren't smart enough to use their brains. I don't really care if they are 13,14, etc I'll treat them like anyone else here. Not as an adult just as an intelligent human being.1