Chatroulette’s founder is still working to scrub his image, which means he must stamp out penises worldwide.Luckily, there’s always a market for masturbation on the internet and Ternovskiy can serve as a middleman: “What we’re doing is selling the naked men to a couple of websites–it’s an investment for us.” When users flag someone enough times for indecent behavior (by clicking a button), the offender is automatically transferred to a partner site.Analytics firm RJMetrics has put together interesting data about the latest internet craze, Chatroulette, the site that pairs you up with a random stranger for video chats.Chatroulette has become well-known for its 17-year old Russian founder, attracting interest from top-tier tech investors and, of course, featuring lots and lots of of sexual content.And best of all, you can watch these webcam feeds for free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.You're only a few minutes away from watching 1000's of sexy singles and couples getting naked in front of their home webcams. This is webcam chatting the way is was meant to be.But he still holds out hope that, with the help of authorities from the U.
So on a Saturday night I was at a friend’s house and we logged on.
But adult social networking sites don't use paid models.
All of their webcam feeds come from real people, just like on Chatroulette, who enjoy getting naked and showing off live in front of their home webcams.
It’s a social website that allows one user to be connected with another user via webcam, but the person you connect with is not up to you. If you’re unimpressed with the person you see, you can just hit “Next” and another face will pop up. Because Chatroulette was imagined and executed by a 17 year-old Russian kid named Andrey Ternovskiy, which means the site was created with some perverted shit in mind.
Anyway, this New York Times writer logged onto Chatroulette with his wife and they watched a series of webcams, somehow avoiding all the good shit. I mean, not to hate on Russians, but look at their Prime Minister: Case closed.