According to Chief Business Officer Robert Kyncl at today’s You Tube Red launch event, 99% of content consumed on You Tube will be still available, noting that the vast majority of creators signed the deal.
If Anthony Weiner has taught us anything, it's that sometimes naughty pics just aren't worth it.
[Update 10/23/15: The takedowns have already begun.
Today ESPN had to remove most of its videos from all versions of You Tube in the US.
Here’s a quick list of instructions: And that should do it.
Nude selfies are still considered child pornography and are against the law.
Even if the photo never makes it into the wrong hands, one study shows that teens who engage in sexting are more likely to take bigger sexual risks (such as having sex) that could lead to sexually transmitted diseases or teen pregnancy.
Porn Hub caught the story alright, and thought it necessary to remind their fans to clean up the trash the next time they intend to show their phones to someone (especially if that someone is holding a camera to record footage set to broadcast on TVs across Illinois): Dear loyal users and fappers across the country, We have had the pleasure of watching the WGN debacle make headlines around the country, and while we wholeheartedly appreciate the exposure as a result of the demo phone in question, we’d like to offer up a little help to users looking to hide their dirty laundry a bit better moving forward.
Yes, we thought that intro was worth quite the chuckle, as well. There’s no single browser to post instructions for, though we can start with Google Chrome considering it’s now the default browser in the latest versions of Android.