Pirates are using the site's video hosting services to host adult videos. And there appear to be very little that Google, which owns YouTube, can do about it. YouTube has rules banning both sexual content and pirated videos, meaning that none of the videos should be available on the site. Ordinarily, YouTube has a series of controls meant to banish such content. First among them is its Content-ID software, which scans videos and compares it with others to work out whether it includes copyrighted content, but it also uses reports of abuse from users and staff to find out problem videos. But pirates are able to get around that by uploading video and not publicly listing it, which means that they can embed it on their own site.
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The video quickly secured itself a cult following, with spoiler alert some praising the video for challenging gender stereotypes. Juicebox starts off innocently enough in a New York radio station, but quickly descends into a debaucherous night out. An old man dressed in a Santa hat clambering onto a crow-covered cross, a woman wearing angel wings and a suit painted with human organs, a little girl in Ku Klux Klan robes, trees strung with human foetuses…all of these scream NSFW, even if it did scoop the band a handful of MTV video awards. Y Control was deliberately shot to have a grainy, budget horror film vibe, but realistic or not, the video has Karen O surrounded by a creepy-looking bunch of children who carry around the body of a dead dog…and someone loses a hand.
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With its strict policy on porn, finding adult content on the world's biggest video website shouldn't be easy. But some simple search terms will reveal the murkier world of YouTube and its definitely NOT safe for work. In fact, some are so graphic we decided not to publish them and many have since been banned from the video site. All of the films contain footage too rude for us to show, but all are currently freely availble for adults to watch on YouTube.
Far from being axed by the network, it won two MTV Awards in It just usually does. The nubile dancers — with the face of Richard D. James — triggered countless weird and confusing teenage wet dreams. Er, so we hear. Full-frontal nudity, deformed midgets, self-harm, and the image of vocalist Dani Filth being force-fed his own ripped-out heart. Or am I thinking of the new N-Dubz. Pretty much like a Vice magazine cover shoot, then. Duran Duran — Girls On Film This video has it all: a woman in a nappy grappling with a sumo wrestler, an oiled-up fat bloke, and a man in a horse mask waving his bum at the camera.