2much.net Announces Dynamic 2257 Compliancy

Written by Greg Jones

(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 torepparttar 2257 regulations which were introduced by Attorney General Alberto Gonzales last month.

"We say with great reluctance because this version ofrepparttar 144390 regulations is obviously meant to harrass and annoyrepparttar 144391 adult industry rather

than ferret out child pornography," said Mark Prince, 2much.net president.

The problem is particularly onerous forrepparttar 144392 Canadian company which would be violating that country's personal privacy laws by distributing

the identities of its performers torepparttar 144393 webmasters who operate a LiveCamNetwork 1.9 platform.

"We had to resolve that by gettingrepparttar 144394 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 byrepparttar 144395 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 ofrepparttar 144396

Local Services for International Audiences: The Russian Post

Written by Sanjib Ahmad

The Internet makes it possible to provide many wide and varied services which otherwise would not be possible. I came accross an interesting Internet based service last week "The Russian Post" which provides postal message delivery to all regions in Russia.

Russia is a large country and occupies one-sixth ofrepparttar world's land surface. Internet and computers serve only a few percent of Russia's population, so snail mail is still a form of communication that cannot be discarded.

Usually a letter from America reachesrepparttar 144303 center of Russia - Krasnoyarsk - in 14 to 18 days. From Krasnoyarsk, it usually takes 21 - 28 days to reachrepparttar 144304 United States. Viarepparttar 144305 Russian Post, delivery can shortened to less than 1 week.

Using "The Russian Post" you type in a message via their web based forms to your intended recipient. "The Russian Post" instantly recieves your message viarepparttar 144306 Internet in Russia. They print out your letter, telegram or postcard and deliversrepparttar 144307 message via snail mail anywere in Russia. Russian Post also provides language translation services.

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