Naked chat on iphone
It's called i Chatr, but it's different from all the others; it's an app for the i Phone 4's front-facing Face Time camera.
The free app is already out in the Apple App Store [i Tunes link], and we've got to admit that the execution is fairly elegant, and just as minimalistic as the site that inspired it.
There's not even a sign-in process — I was surprised to find that I was face-to-face with a stranger an instant after I tapped the icon in my home screen.
The top half of the screen displays whatever your Face Time camera is capturing while the bottom half displays that of your current chatting partner.
[via Gizmodo] Samuel Axon Samuel Axon is a digital content producer in New York City.He has worked as an editor at Engadget, Mashable and the Joystiq network, and currently leads content strategy as Editorial Director at Sprout Social.The law enforcement community has been warning technology companies that encryption in their products could let criminals and terrorists off the hook, with little evidence to support that claim.It turns out those warnings – from top law enforcers like FBI Director James Comey and former US Attorney General Eric Holder, and some elected officials in the US and UK – have some merit.As the New York Times reported this week, Apple recently told a US court that it couldn’t comply with a wiretap order to turn over messages sent via Apple’s i Message system, because they were encrypted.
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This wasn’t the first case where government requests for messages sent by suspects in a criminal investigation have been denied due to encryption, the Times reports, citing several current and former law enforcement officials.