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we took immediate action to see that they were withdrawn.” chatooms that yahoo!(Not to mention his trust in his loved ones.) The same goes for the young ladies here.The video shows an admitted prankster, Coby Persin, who looks to be about 30, pretending to be a teen as he chats with some girls online.the company made the move when it was discovered that the online forums were being used by sexual predators to prey on underaged children.as reported by a houston, texas tv station, men were posting sexually explicit photographs while chatting about sex with underaged girls.But it is bizarre to act as if Facebook is teaming with stranger danger.