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Users can then embed their v Chatter badge on a blog, email, or website and invite readers and recipients to reach out in a live video chat.
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.
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The service, which requires you to sign in with your Facebook credentials, allows users to pick who they want to meet based on geography, gender, and age.
By factoring demographic data into the equation, v Chatter claims to actually be able to create valuable matches of users for video-chat.