"Chatroulette is stark because it feels like television. To be clear, Chatroulette bans "obscene, offending, pornographic material" and says it will block users who violate these rules, though that does not seem to trouble some people.It's like sitting in front of the TV flipping channels, except the people are real," says Hal Niedzviecki, author of "The Peep Diaries: How We're Learning to Love Watching Ourselves and Our Neighbors." A quick spin the other night yielded a pair of rejections - swift and brutal - from two male users, their faces popping up briefly before they moved on. Then, a young woman wearing headphones popped up on the screen. She didn't - she typed "Hi." She said she was from China, studying computer engineering.
I've never met any of them before, and I'll never see any of them again. What's reassuring — but also maybe a little unsettling — is that, at this same moment, a ridiculous number of people are doing exactly the same thing: Going to chatroulette.com, clicking yes to their webcams being activated, and pressing a button to be connected face-to-face with the first in a series of complete strangers.
Chatroulette randomly links users with strangers who could be anywhere in the world.
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