It's important for him to feel the threat of prosecution." Jim Walden, a former federal prosecutor and co-chairman of the white-collar defense and investigations group at Dunn & Crutcher LLP in New York, said a prosecutor would theoretically have sufficient basis to start an investigation based solely on an offending broadcast shown in his or her jurisdiction.
"So if there is a child predator using this site in order to lure children, or if someone uses this site to further some sort of intellectual property crime, a prosecutor in the jurisdiction where this is broadcast has sufficient basis to start an investigation," he said.
One minute you're chatting via webcam with a mom of two from Montauk, N. -- and the next you're staring at a stark-naked man in Bangkok.
Such is virtual life on Chatroulette, an "extreme social networking" Web site that connects users with a limitless number of "random strangers" from around the globe.
"There just aren't enough courts, police officers, etc., to chase after online activities which cause little harm in the receiving country.
"If [a flasher] thinks no one can get to him, then he's going to do this again and again and again.
like the other party had a check list of things they were wanting me to say, show, do.