(Montreal) June 20, 2005 - Live video chat site creator 2much.net has "with great reluctance" adjusted its LiveCamNetwork 1.9 platform to
comply with new revisions to 2257 regulations which were introduced by Attorney General Alberto Gonzales last month.
"We say with great reluctance because this version of regulations is obviously meant to harrass and annoy adult industry rather
than ferret out child pornography," said Mark Prince, 2much.net president.
The problem is particularly onerous for Canadian company which would be violating that country's personal privacy laws by distributing
the identities of its performers to webmasters who operate a LiveCamNetwork 1.9 platform.
"We had to resolve that by getting European and Canadian performers to sign a permission to use their identities to allow them to
appear on American sites," said Prince.
Also completely re-written and updated were performer registration pages.
The company's problems were further compounded by fact that they create live video chat sites - whose each and every private, pay-chat
session must be recorded and preserved in an indexable format for up to seven years.
"We solved that, actually all our problems. Thanks to our upgrade, LiveCamNetwork 2.0, actually, we were able to resolve all of