As you probably read on te web, at the same time people welcome new URL services such as goo.gl, others warn about new threats that come with them: bypassing URL filters using URL shorteners...
Here is a kindda new sample. Once again, over the MSN Network.
If you click on te URL, the tinyURL system will automatically redirect you to: http://www.camstranger.com/
Once again, I strongly warn any people to click on that link, unless you know what you do.
The website seems to be a kindda public chat, with webcam. AFAIK there is no viral component on it. But I would say anyway that this looks strange.
My guess: some guys rented a BotNet and/or a stolen MSN accounts database to send a massive communication in order to promote that new public chat...
I'll try to check that out later on :)