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Youtube is Facilitating the Sexual Exploitation of Children, and it's Being Monetized

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posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 12:03 PM
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a reply to: DigginFoTroof

It probably is a trap to catch people...

But not to prosecute them. No, this is probably done to blackmail people.




posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 12:10 PM
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originally posted by: Sillyolme
title sounds like bull to me.

Good. We have confirmation folks. This one's definitely true. It has the Silly Seal Of Disapproval so we can safely assume that following this line of investigation would lead to doing some good for humanity.



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 12:45 PM
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The YouTube video has links in the description to the companies he claims are advertising in these videos. Twitter accounts, contact information, comments and complaints... I'm clicking a link and leaving a comment or tweet to every single company, leaving a link to the video so they can see for themselves.

Just remember, its YouTube doing this and these brands have just been misguided enough to trust YouTube to do the right thing. Of course, many or all of these big brands are already evil to the core, but they still care about optics to some extent. At the very least, someone else will see our tweets and avoid the brand and become aware of this.

But if it's only me then I will just appear as a lone nut. So what the Hell are you guys doing today? Something more important I suppose?

Fine.

You go work your precious jobs and pay your precious rent and keep your precious roof over your heads, and keep your precious children warm and fed and clothed... meanwhile I'll be off saving the planet for your ungrateful, evil, selfish, greedy asses...



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 12:48 PM
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Just gonna say If I worked at google and this came to my attention I would have gone out of my way to provide as much information about the commenters to the FBI, Interpol and the national police of any language I recognise. FSB, Home Office, SEBIN, you name it.

I mean they have to be able to give at least a vague location, right? The imbecilic monsters signed up for accounts after all.

I would also contact Disney and other advertisers to inform them that their advertisements are appearing on softcore paedophile porn on YouTube. I'm sure Disney would love that. I sincerely hope someone out of the hundreds of thousands of people who have been made aware of this have already done so.

Of course if this doesn't gain at least a mention in any major publication throughout the week It'll just confirm what I already suspect.


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posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 12:50 PM
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a reply to: Sillyolme

I followed several threads in the last couple of months (while reading ATS for years) and only can say

THAT I HATE YOUR ATTITUDE SO MUCH ...it´s unreal.

That is all. Have a nice evening.



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 02:13 PM
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originally posted by: MykeNukem
a reply to: DigginFoTroof

My co-workers's wife performed an investigation similar to this as well. She ended up with tons of child porn on her PC, was charged, put on the SO list, and is currently in jail.

Playin with fire...



Can you elaborate on this? What sort of "investigation" was she doing? And you believe that the pornography in question was put onto her computer by someone else without her knowledge? Was it retaliation for discovering actual pedophiles or something?



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 03:07 PM
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Not really a treasure trove of actual child porn, just a look behind the darkside of internet culture.....the THOT in training academy.


Thots? What a POS comment. The girls in the video aren't doing anything sexual so calling them "thots" is an awful reflection on you. They're young children ffs and you're holding them responsible for pedos watching their videos. That is #ed up man.




Lets not blame youtube, lets make sure and spread it around to all the social media platforms and the toxic "stars" that reside on them.


No #ing way. Did you just describe those little kids as "toxic stars?" Young kids watch young kids on YT. "Let's not blame youtube." You're blaming the kids again. The uploader has shown a very active community of pedos on YT and you've managed to write a hundred words attacking the kids and mocking the guy for trying to get it stopped.



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 03:09 PM
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Go to the front page of reddit. They are now actively burying and suppressing this topic. Won't be long until the thread and video is deleted I reckon.



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 04:27 PM
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a reply to: DigginFoTroof

Nope. Just another garbage post man. Come on



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 04:38 PM
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a reply to: havok




Speaking of parents, where are they? Why don't they know what their kids post and editing them or even not allowing children to post themselves all over the internet? Disabling comments? Probably because they are the ones who get the money from all the views and subscriptions.


This is the real issue.

Remember youtube is global, so lots of those pervs that are commenting are from other countries with other laws. Our fbi can't do anything about that. Plus the vids are not child porn under the lawful definition of such. A fourteen year old girl in her tiny bikini on youtube is not a crime no mater how many pedos look at it. The girls arn't doing anything sexually suggestive.
It's not fair to label their videos as child porn and ban them. They did nothing wrong. they really are just kids having fun.

So yes the parents are where this can be put a stop to. The parents have options. They can edit any videos their kids put up. They can disable the comments. The problem is that the parents expect youtube to babysit.

I had this very talk with a friend of mine the other day. Her little girl is 5 and loves to watch youtube videos. She knows she can only watch certain ones but she has been caught watching things she was told not to. The little girl was watching a seven super girls video while I was having diner with her mom. I remembered from tosh.o of all places that the seven super girls producer was busted for child porn. I told the mom and she had no idea that things like that can happen. We both wondered why the videos were even still on line. And sure enough we scroll down and read the comments and lots of them are just sick. Even though the video itself was just a normal girl doing normal girl stuff.



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 04:43 PM
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a reply to: Klassified

I have no doubt that the fbi is watching those that comment a lot with pervy stuff.

But only if they are american and only if they are over the age of 16.

It sucks but that's the reality. If a bunch of iranians are making comments there is nothing we can do.

Unless we want more government control over private business.

I vote no on that.



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 04:51 PM
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originally posted by: hombero
a reply to: DigginFoTroof

Nope. Just another garbage post man. Come on


Another person who both cannot read or watch a video, so they just dismiss child exploitation.



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 05:14 PM
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a reply to: 3n19m470

There is a reason it was called the world wide web way back in its inception. VPN's are not an invisibility cloak... NSA has been compiling data since the 90's, possibly even before the public started using the WWW in 1989. Data on all people, foreign and domestic. IMO




posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 05:55 PM
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For me the problem is not youtube. it's parents not supervising their kids and allowing them to upload videos to public social media platforms.

People need to go back to taking responsibility for themselves and their families instead of everyone else cleaning up their mess.

Sort of stuff we now see uploaded and made public these days used to be the kind of stuff that you'd find in a family photo album or home movies that were viewed in private by people they were relevant to.
(Why do billions of strangers need to see your kids trip to the beach?)

Yes it is on companies like youtube to police their hosted content, but prevention is often better than cure.

It's like those parents who let their kids use the internet unsupervised in their bedrooms and give them mobile phones at 9, then wonder why their kids vanish with adult strangers.

Never had to worry about my kids being groomed online or having their content misused because I never allowed an opportunity like that to happen.
I took time to teach them how to use the net, the technology they use and about the pitfalls involved.

That's the real solution here.

But alas, more important little Sally gets web famous and brings home that sweet sweet youtube revenue and viral status for Mummy and Daddy these days.

tl;dr Look out for your own damn kids. Stop relying on algorithms and government to do it.
edit on 18-2-2019 by AtomicKangaroo because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 06:21 PM
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originally posted by: SilverOwls
a reply to: MisterSpock



Not really a treasure trove of actual child porn, just a look behind the darkside of internet culture.....the THOT in training academy.


Thots? What a POS comment. The girls in the video aren't doing anything sexual so calling them "thots" is an awful reflection on you. They're young children ffs and you're holding them responsible for pedos watching their videos. That is #ed up man.




Lets not blame youtube, lets make sure and spread it around to all the social media platforms and the toxic "stars" that reside on them.


No #ing way. Did you just describe those little kids as "toxic stars?" Young kids watch young kids on YT. "Let's not blame youtube." You're blaming the kids again. The uploader has shown a very active community of pedos on YT and you've managed to write a hundred words attacking the kids and mocking the guy for trying to get it stopped.


Nope, I wasn't blaming the children at all, just pretty much everyone around them. Parents, adults on social media that are sadly in "role model" positions, all of social media(not just youtube). Pretty much everyone, like I said, spread the contempt around.



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 07:48 PM
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Mainstream sites are beginning to cover this issue. Guess they can't avoid it much longer.

Forbes coverage

Grassroots internet activism is a great way to raise awareness of things like this.



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 08:31 PM
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a reply to: DigginFoTroof

This goes all the way to the top. They will never arrest themselves. The most prolific child abusers are some of the wealthiest and most prominent people in the world. Yeah, it makes the rest of us sick, but that is what you get when people choose "representatives" (Congressman Weiner?!?) and other sickos to govern them. And the people are exploited just like their children are exploited and everybody gets... well, let's just say there is no lube involved, and everybody wants to pretend it isn't happening.

And who are these parents posting videos of their little girls in short shorts with their legs spread? Common sense in the internet age does not exist...



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 09:36 PM
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originally posted by: scraedtosleep
a reply to: Klassified

I have no doubt that the fbi is watching those that comment a lot with pervy stuff.

But only if they are american and only if they are over the age of 16.

It sucks but that's the reality. If a bunch of iranians are making comments there is nothing we can do.

Unless we want more government control over private business.

I vote no on that.

I will second that vote.



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 10:43 PM
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originally posted by: DigginFoTroof
This is from a Reddit thread and it is really disturbing. It basically shows how people can wonder into a Youtube "wormhole" where all the suggested videos are of the same kind (exploitation of children) where there are no other video options besides these and there are ads by major companies and terrible comments by viewers. It is alleged that pedo's use this for communication and "sharing".

In the video the presenter shows a video with comments disabled and then shows Google's reasons for disabling comments which include exploitation of minors among other things (inappropriate comments and many other things that are happening all over the other videos which have their comments open and are still monetized). So this shows that Google is aware of this problem, but they aren't doing enough (or anything maybe) to combat this issue and it seems that they are even promoting this b/c of the way their algorith provides only video's of the same kind (those predators would like).

I don't suggest anyone go through the steps that this guy does to enter the "worm hole", I'll take his word for it at this point as there was plenty of video evidence of what is there.


www.reddit.com...




The only thing that I am hopeful about related to this issue is that Google has been contracted or is working with governments to identify potential predators. The sad thing is that I wouldn't put it past either Google or governments to do this, and while I may agree with this in some cases (such as the one being discussed) it also sets precident for using this same method for targeting people with other interests (guns, vaccines, non-GMO's, who knows where it could go).

What is scary is it really seems like they are promoting this b/c of the way it drops a "video bomb" of videos of the same questionable content - it seems like it may be baiting people. I've never seen youtube do this with any other topic where I get a page that is strictly one catagory as there are always other video catagorites that are being suggested - so why does this catagory not have other options to get out of the "wormhole"?


I have actually gotten only one kind of videos in the sidebar before (many times actually). The times I can remember was when I binge watched reaction videos. After that the side bar and the recommended section was only other reaction videos and reaction videos I already had seen.



posted on Feb, 18 2019 @ 10:52 PM
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originally posted by: Ohanka
Just gonna say If I worked at google and this came to my attention I would have gone out of my way to provide as much information about the commenters to the FBI, Interpol and the national police of any language I recognise. FSB, Home Office, SEBIN, you name it.

I mean they have to be able to give at least a vague location, right? The imbecilic monsters signed up for accounts after all.

I would also contact Disney and other advertisers to inform them that their advertisements are appearing on softcore paedophile porn on YouTube. I'm sure Disney would love that. I sincerely hope someone out of the hundreds of thousands of people who have been made aware of this have already done so.

Of course if this doesn't gain at least a mention in any major publication throughout the week It'll just confirm what I already suspect.


You could, but it wouldn't do anything. The content he highlighted is not illegal, at least not where I am from (and I doubt it is illegal in USA).

There were no nudity nor anything sexual in any of the videos he showed.




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