Can we be sued by a cam girl?

Legal age:

We saw a situation in France where a man has been sued because a 17 years old woman filed a complaint against him after using a public chat room. She didn’t know his real identity. In France, it is forbidden to watch and store on a computer nude pictures of individuals who are younger than 18 years old. It is called pedo pornography.

Conversely, all the camgirls websites are in compliance with the 2257 regulations. When you see 18 USC 2257 at the bottom of their page, this means that all cam girls are older than 18 years old. In other words, you can’t be sued for pedophilia using one of the adult live chat websites that we discuss in this blog.

Anonimity:

The cam girls and the adult live chats don’t have access to your real identity. Only the payment processors have access to your real identity. However, the payment processors aren’t aware of the link between an expense and the reason for the expense.

As long as you don’t disclose your identity, you are safe. When you enter a chat on streamate, it is mentioned that you should not exchange your contact details with the performers. I would encourage to never give your first name to any cam girls. If you decide to give your real identity and your contact details to a cam girl, you must be aware of any consequences. Cam girl don’t sign a non-disclosure agreement. That’s why it is worth it to give a fake first name if a cam girl asks to give your first name. Even if the cam girl is nice, you should never give your real name to a cam girl.