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Copyright and Creativity Copyright and creativity online are a bit like a perpetual motion machine; their simultaneous opposition and mutual reliance drives so much of the content which appears (and disappears) online.Chatroulette is clearly a creativity engine; a rudimentary You Tube search returns almost 4,000 videos with Chatroulette in the title or tags, and while some are mean and banal (such as a fake hanging video) other videos are actually quite creative (including the saccharine but feel good ‘Hearts, Hugs & Kisses on Chat Roulette :)’).
Case in point, Fox News’ Joshua Rhett Miller reports that ‘Chatroulette Is ‘Predator’s Paradise,’ Experts Say’ while Sam Jones of the more respectable Guardian poses the question ‘Chatroulette: risque chat service or pornographic site?
Judicious application of the F9 or ‘Next’ button means many users spend more time searching than socialising, more time hunting than chatting, but that’s part of the joy: most Chatroulette users don’t know what they’re searching for until they find it.
In that sense, Chatroulette’s search is the anti-Google; it’s a social search engine which only works if you can’t already articulate what you’re looking for. According to much of the mainstream media, you don’t find sex on the internet, you find ‘Sex!
This immediately begs the question, do users have a reasonable expectation of privacy when broadcasting their face to potentially anyone on the web?
How do people recording videos using Chatroulette ensure the people recorded have given their permission to appear?