Myspace + YouTube+ no online police = Stickam.com
Victoria Revay | January 2, 2007 at 08:28 amby
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Stickam.com, a website that allows users to broadcast live video of themselves and chat live face to face combines the features of YouTube and MySpace, but without monitors. The age of users who sign-up are not verified and users can often come across "vulgar and nude" videos.
Smaller start-ups who are not able, or willing, to be as diligent are seeing their audiences explode as users seek the more freewheeling environment that typified YouTube’s early days. Users post 9,000 new videos a day to Dailymotion, which had more than 1.3 million visitors in November, up more than 100 percent since May, according to the tracking firm ComScore Media Metrix.