Controversial webchat site has now shut down after 14 long years

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Controversial video chat site Omegle has been shut down after 14-years on the internet. The site was initially launched in 2009 with good intentions, though as with most things on the World Wide Web, it was soon used for more nefarious purposes. In the baby days of the internet when Facebook was actually about your friends and not about advertisements, Omegle was launched by 18-year-old Leif K-Brooks. The premise was simple, to randomly connect people via either text or video chat. But just like Vine, Tumblr, and so many other platforms, Omegle soon became changed in nature. Omegle faced 50 la…

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