Ive.me is a live streaming video app that allows users to show the world what they are up to at any given moment.
It may be accessed from a telephone, tablet computer or computer and allows users beam their antics in to cyberspace.
On top of letting you share what you’re doing it also shares your place and enables others on the website to search for people streaming close them.
The site describes itself as “the finest social platform for creating and viewing live videos”.
Has Live.me been linked to cyber warfare?
A British teenager revealed that she had been bullied on the site claiming her life had been “destroyed” by internet trolls.
Victoria, from Leeds, Yorks., told the BBC that trolls about the Live.me program told her to “go kill yourself” and her address was even shared on Twitter as a target for thieves.
The 18-year-old says she had been sent messages over the app of her face onto pornographic images.
She went to the police but says no arrests were made over the episodes.
Victoria said: “I am on stress pills now. It has knocked my confidence. I don’t even go out of the home that far.”
Why has Live.me been linked to dressing?
In August of the year the app was named in a court case following a convicted paedophile invited a nine-year-old girl to expose herself within the app.
Glen Buddy from East London was jailed for four years after he used Live.me to acquire access to young kids in the very first case of involving the app, The Independent reports.
The Sexual Harm Prevention Order that Friend was subject to ban him from communicating with anyone under 18 through social networking or the world wide web, among other ailments.
But throughout May 2017, an intelligence-led operation showed Friend was heavily affected, together with users, in encouraging the nine-year-old child to expose her private parts to them.
A statement released by Live.me at the time said: “The safety of our users is a high priority for Live.me. Our community rules reflect our zero-tolerance coverage towards any indecent or inappropriate behavior, and we take all allegations of violations against those guidelines quite badly.
“Beyond existing defenses in our app, and strict protocols for our moderators to address some reports of violations, we also actively encourage law enforcement in identifying and prosecuting any users discovered to be undermining our neighborhood at all.
“Beyond automatic applications detection and individual moderators in place 24 hours per day, we also have tools for consumers to report and prevent people in their own broadcasts, and we’re always improving those tools and resources for users.”
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