Webcams are old news in the internet world, but what about social networking sites with unedited, uncensored webcams?
According to a recent New York Times article, Young Turn to Web Sites Without Rules, popular Web sites like YouTube and MySpace have hired the equivalent of school hallway monitors to police what visitors to their sites can see and do by cracking down on piracy and depictions of nudity and violence. The Times points to new Web sites like Stickam.com, which has entered the realm of unfiltered live broadcasts from Web cameras.
The site a combination of YouTube and Myspace - lets you design your own page and upload video clips, as well as broadcast live video of yourself and conduct face-to-face video chats with other users.
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Stickam also allows you to easily place streaming video, slide show, music, and live video chat on your blog and/or web site. You can instantly play your videos online using just your web browser. There is no software to download, you just copy and paste the Stickam code into your web site or blog where you want it.