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"Whenever they [parents] would put parental controls, I would turn off in a few hours." His most notorious hack to date was when he found a security flaw in Yo, the viral app that let you send a simple message -- "Yo" -- to your friends.
(Turner points out that no other social network can verify age either.)But some users are slipping through the cracks. "Interestingly, it's not teenagers who tend to perpetuate explicit behavior; it's adults," he said."Teenagers are using the space for its intent: connection to internet friends." He also noted other apps dealt with the same issues, but were able to prevent inappropriate content as they matured."In the early days of Snapchat, people tended to use it to send nudes," Turner noted.You may not have heard of Monkey, but there's a good chance your teenager has.Monkey is a video-chat app for i Phone and i Pad, and connects users around the world with like-minded individuals for 10-second video chats using their Snapchat usernames.
In the version of Monkey that will launch with i OS11, the machine learning will kick in before the user is even reported.