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first_imgTORONTO – The Canadian Centre for Child Protection says this cake isn’t for kids.The centre’s Cybertip.ca program is warning parents that an app called Cake — Live Stream Video Chat is a risk for teens due to its significant volume of sexual content.It says within 12 hours of creating an account, it received four unsolicited messages with sexual content, including a sexually explicit video from a male user.The centre says sections of the app include a “Hot List” and “Top Cakers” where the top 10 profile pictures are exclusively young females, most of whom are in provocative poses.And it says teens can connect and share videos with anyone, which increases the risk of sextortion.The centre says the app encourages users to share live video broadcasts and to video chat with new people by rewarding them with “diamonds,” which can be exchanged for cash value.“While the Cake app is intended for users who are at least 13 years old, this is buried in the Terms of Use and is not enforced, even when a new user enters a birth date indicating they are younger than 13,” it said in a release.It said children under 13 should not be on Cake.“The highly sexual nature of the app also raises questions about why youth need to use it at all,” it added.Police forces across the country, including the RCMP, have retweeted the Cybertip.ca alert about the app.last_img read more