We Chat, which boasts nearly 300 million users, was criticised by China Central Television on Monday for allegedly allowing the widespread advertising of prostitution and unwillingly harming underage users.“Weixin is a private social network, and users have control of who joins their friend list, who views their information and how others can find them online,” the company said in a statement. The statement added that users could report malicious content and that the company was “making efforts to clean up malicious accounts like pornographic and fraudulent ones to foster a healthy cyberspace.” Morning Life Reference, a weekday news programme on CCTV, first aired the allegations in an early morning broadcast on Monday, showing children in a military hospital for juvenile computer addicts in Beijing, whose mental health had allegedly worsened due to their exposure to explicit photos in unsolicited We Chat messages from sex workers."The victim then finally told her father everything before lodging a report at the Malim Nawar police station," Ng added.The victim has since been taken to the O&G specialist at the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital for checkup.KAMPAR: A father of 13-year-old girl filed a police report following the discovery of his daughter's sexual relationship with a 23-year-old man.Kampar district police chief, Supt Ng Kong Soon said the victim's father was shocked to read a brief message about the "relationship" through the We Chat application on his daughter's mobile phone.We Chat hooker scam Users of We Chat, China's answer to Whats App, should know of the "find friends" function.
Be wary of job advertisements that promise easy money because there will always be a catch to it. This is a story about friendship, technology, commerce, sex, silliness, surveillance, entrepreneurship and messages in bottles.It is a story about ordinary people, including me, maybe even you, and definitely 19 others within a radius of one kilometre of the desk at home on which I am writing this. We Chat, weixin 微信 or ‘micro-letter’ in Chinese, boasts 650 million monthly active users (out of 1.1 billion registered accounts).It's thus sadly ironic that more and more people here are losing money through love-related scams.Here are four types of scams hot-blooded Singaporeans need to be wary of.