HAZLET – A township man who uses the online name "Fist Pump" is accused running a website that allowed 14-year-old girls to engage in sexual acts in an online broadcast. Ianuale, 32, of Ned Drive was arrested at his home Monday, according to a statement from Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office.
Is a story about Christian faith and human trafficking. Natalie, a reporter who has gotten on the wrong side of human traffickers, and Levi, her husband, have just arrived at their honeymoon suite when Levi steps out on an errand and Natalie is kidnapped for revenge by sex traffickers.
Levi arrives back to an empty honeymoon suite and desperately begins the frustrating search for her rescue.
Teens register using an existing social media account (Facebook, Twitter, or Google ), though they can view broadcasts without registering.
Privacy is definitely an issue, but kids can change their usernames to something more anonymous than their Facebook or Google identities.
Hashtags classify categories that viewers can search (#girls, #guys, #truthordare, #dance, #musicians, #sleepingsquad, #lgbt, etc.), and users can add broadcasters to favorites lists and receive notifications when they’re broadcasting live.
The number of viewers is shown, and broadcasters can start trending if they have lots of viewers.Teens can buy gold bars to use to send gifts to other broadcasters.Videos are only available live and can’t be accessed after a few days (but another user could certainly use an external camera to film what’s happening on screen); however, all user-generated content is retained and stored by the developers, so the content doesn’t actually disappear.——— IS IT ANY GOOD?An investigation by the prosecutor's office and the U. Department of Homeland Security determined he allowed underage girls to engage in sexual acts during broadcasts available to users who paid to view the online broadcasts.The statement said this included a 14-year-old Maryland girl and a 14-year-old Middlesex County girl.Advertised as “Funny Anonymous School News For Confessions & Compliments” in the Apple Store, this anonymous app by Ambient is much like Yik Yak and Whisper. Learn more about After School in this Safe Smart Social video.