Guy caught on chatrandom

He told the New York Times he initially created the site for "fun" and to connect randomly with global users.

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"I'm sure there will be those who want to shut the site down in its entirety because it's being used for some illegal activity.

But that may be an extreme response, just like shutting down You Tube because there are videos on there that infringe copyrights." The site's creator is understood to be Andrey Ternovskiy, a 17-year-old high school student in Moscow.

I think it's cool that such a concept can be useful for so many people.

Although some people are using the site in not very nice ways -- I am really against it." Ryan Calo, a resident fellow at the Stanford Center for Internet and Policy, said the issues of jurisdiction, intent and liability surrounding the site would make perfect law school testing material.

"And the broadcast itself could be enough." But getting a copy of that broadcast would be "practically impossible," Walden said, unless the images and messages are being archived by the site's providers.

"I find it hard to believe that these images aren't retained for some period of time," he said. This is the Internet -- someone, somewhere is keeping a copy of this content." But Doug Isenberg, an Internet law attorney based in Atlanta, said he found it "difficult if not impossible" to track any user of the site, since it does not require registration. The answer right now seems to be not very much," Isenberg said.

Images are automatically generated from the videos.

has a zero-tolerance policy against illegal pornography.

Keith Ablow, a psychiatrist and Fox News contributor, said. This is one of the worst faces of the Internet that I've seen.

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