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Bark's watchdog engine uses advanced algorithms to look for a variety of potential issues, such as cyberbullying, sexting, drug-related content, and signs of depression or suicidal thoughts.If a potential issue is detected, a text/email alert is sent to the parent to review the issue, along with recommended actions on how to handle the situation.Shortcut list of some of the common acronyms and abbreviations used in chat rooms, SMS messages on cell phones, and instant messengers such as Yahoo and MSN.Handy for people with disabilities, slower typers, and teenagers.What is an Acronym An Acronym is a word formed from the initial letters of a name much like an abbreviation or text shortcut, such as LOL, which means Laughing out loud, and can also mean Lots of Luck.Another example many teens often use is the abbreviations "POS " - parent(s) over shoulder, or "PAL" - Parents Are Listening, to indicate to the chat recipient that they are unable to talk because a parent is present.But what if we told you that is text code for ecstasy?And a message that says, "Has anyone seen Tina" …that's code for meth. "I want a quart of Ben and Jerry's" actually refers to the drug Ice. Police first started noticing coded messages among drug dealers and college students as far back as 2006.

Teenagers also commonly abbreviate words when texting on cell phones to save time.A few questions for you mom: Would you rather be the recipient of 459 or 182?Would you be concerned if your child texted someone LMIRL? The questions may seem like a foreign language because NALOPKT.Below is a complete list of text slang, (which changes constantly) that we weren't able to share on air, as many are graphic in nature.What is Text Slang: Text slang, or text speak, is a shorthand children use when communicating digitally in order to have conversations of a mature nature without their parents, teachers or other adults being privy.An instant message to a friend that says “CD9” could mean “code 9: parents watching” so that the recipient knows not to discuss anything inappropriate.