Bunker is the CEO of v Chatter, a Facebook app and newly launched stand-alone website that pairs people up for semi-random video chats, much as the website Chatroulette does.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?' and you go, 'There must be a huge demand for this product,' " Bunker said of Chatroulette, which was founded by Andrey Ternovskiy, a Russian teen.
'I remember talking to a man who had been caught in flagrante on the internet and he said to me in injured tones that he was only mucking about - it's this schoolboy and schoolgirl idea that it is only mucking about, but it isn't.' She said: 'Everyone has their own definition of what constitutes cheating - which is why you need to spell out, specifically, what counts as infidelity for you when you're in a monogamous relationship.
"It reminded me of Adult Friend Finder back in the '90s.
You've got that version of things, and then you've got a cleaned-up version of that, which has much more appeal." So Bunker, who made a name for himself in tech by creating an online dating site that later took the name Match.com, set out to tweak Ternovskiy's idea.
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