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Some users did not seem so keen on the idea of censoring what is one of the internet’s wilder websites.'So if you remove the spectacle, what is left?

, a six-part documentary series for Al Jazeera America, puts aside economic debates and follows five families around the country to find out what it takes to get by on eight, ten or even 15 dollars an hour.

The series turns an intimate lens on this group of 21st century American dreamers.

The main difference: v Chatter ties people to their Facebook identities in an effort to cut down on lewd behavior and nudity that have plagued Chatroulette since soon after it launched in November 2009.

"You look at it and you go, 'How does a 17-year-old kid get to 20 to 30 million users without outside capital?

Users who visit the site and switch on their webcams are suddenly connected to another, randomly chosen person somewhere else in the world.

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If a user gets flagged enough times in a short space of time they are banned from the site for 40 minutes.

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Its 17-year-old Russian developer Andrey Ternovskiy is believed to be looking at implementing a service that may add software that ‘can quickly scan video to determine if a penis is being shown’.With $1.2 million coming in every year, and only 3 people working on the site, it’s certainly looking like a legitimate long-term business.Ternovskiy has no plans to sell Chatroulette, and his clever thinking to solve the naked man issue shows he has the capacity to work through the issues: I just didn’t want to take investments–I feared that if I did the deals, my ideas would get pushed away.The idea was simple: allow anyone with a webcam to chat with another individual at random.If either party don’t like what they see or hear they can click a button and go on to the next random person.The site will also flag up those users who are frequently ‘nexted’, or who people do not want to remain chatting with, as this will usually mean that they are engaged in something rather unsavoury.‘Users that are consistently quickly skipped over (presumably because they are exposing themselves or otherwise being disgusting) can be flagged as well,’ Techcrunch said.