Stickam featured user-submitted pictures, audio, video, and most prominently, live streaming video chat.
The site quickly expanded to include live shows and produced content from MTV, G4 TV, CBS Radio, NATPE, CES, and many others, as well as live performances and shows with numerous musicians and celebrities.
The New York Times reports in an article "Accuser Says Web Site for Teenagers Has X-Rated Link" that Stickam is owned by Advanced Video Communications (AVC), whose owner also runs DTI Services, a vast network of Web sites offering live sex shows over Webcams.
A site's "similarity" is determined by how well its tag signature matches the tag signature that is being searched for.
A 100% match means that it has the exact same tags in the exact same order, while a 0% match means it has no tags in common.
My first question is where did the "age 14 and older" guideline come from?
What possible reason could there be for anyone under age 18 to interact in live, unfiltered audio/video chat with online strangers or "friends?