Guy caught on chatrandom
The site, which debuted late last year, is an Internet sensation, attracting tens of thousands of videochatters at a time.
But a large number of them seem determined to expose themselves, or to entice others to do so -- and that is causing alarm among authorities and child protection advocates.
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