The New York Times reports that sites such as MySpace and YouTube have recently hired the virtual equivalent of hall monitors, and because of this, youth are turning away from these sites in increasing numbers. Now, new web sites such as Stickam.com are going into areas where other sites have traditionally resisted venturing: unfiltered live web cam broadcasts. Stickam combines elements of other popular sites by allowing users to design their own pages, upload video and conduct face-to-face video chats, but without intervention or monitoring by site staff. Traditionally, other social networking sites have opted against this, for fear of the potential for abuse and raising the ire of child-safety advocates. Of late, larger internet companies have been under increasing pressure to make their sites safer for children and more respectful of copyright, so other sites are looking to fill this void, perhaps at the expense of safety…