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Thread: A Small Theory About YouTube's Relationship With AB/DL's

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    Question A Small Theory About YouTube's Relationship With AB/DL's

    As you may or may not be aware, YouTube is entering its tenth year of serivece and has been the choice of anybody who wants to make videos since its launch. Anyone can create videos and upload them to the site , celebritys, schools, or just random everyday people who want a big break. Over the years, YouTube has skyrocketed many everyday people to stardom, educated us in fun ways, and made us laugh at everyday situations, YouTube has also gotten people's lives back on track and prevented suicides of their creators. Inevitably, with such a huge user base and site traffic, YouTube has its fair share of AB/DL's, some of them are staying well in the bounds of YouTube's site rules, while others prefer to push the limits, and inevitably, some of them shatter right through the bounds without knowing or caring. YouTube has some rules against Copyrighted or Sexual content, and while most AB/DL's don't find it sexual, youtube doesn't always have the nicest users or smartest staff. Videos that violate their rules are removed and their creators given a warning, three warnings and their channel is terminated, these actions do not always take place though. Their are some AB/DL videos that vilolate the rules and have been on the site for close to three years, and their are even some videos that have been ignored since 2007, EIGHT full years. Why are videos from Three years ago, and sometimes eight years ago still online? This is where the theory plays in, YouTube leaves a small amount of these videos up to satisfy peoples curiosity and to let younger AB/DL's who may frequent YouTube know they are not alone. Another curious aspect is the fact that none of the videos are unviewable on mobile devices, they work just fine with any browser on any mobile device, why you ask? Because teenagers who are going through puberty, and sometimes learning about AB/DL desires within them, are more likely to own a touchscreen device then older people. Simply put, youtube keeps select videos available to satisfy curiosity and comfort young AB/DL's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitterdafoxy View Post
    and while most AB/DL's don't find it sexual,
    I think this is a wrong and very sheltered that only has ground on adisc, most Dl's find it sexual and probably the majority or ab's even pretty much every other abdl site has a sexual basis to it.

    At its core its an sexually linked fetish for most of us, which isnt a bad thing people need to stop equating sexual with negative, I direct this last comment generally not just at you.



    Why are videos from Three years ago, and sometimes eight years ago still online?
    Because it requires the video to be reported and staff to actually get around to it. Think about the number of staff and the sheer volume of material they deal with. Also probably no one but abdls look up those vids and are unlikely to report them which is why they still exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SchrodingersSpy View Post
    I think this is a wrong and very sheltered that only has ground on adisc, most Dl's find it sexual and probably the majority or ab's even pretty much every other abdl site has a sexual basis to it.

    At its core its an sexually linked fetish for most of us, which isnt a bad thing people need to stop equating sexual with negative, I direct this last comment generally not just at you.



    Because it requires the video to be reported and staff to actually get around to it. Think about the number of staff and the sheer volume of material they deal with. Also probably no one but abdls look up those vids and are unlikely to report them which is why they still exist.
    OK, sorry, if most AB/DL's find it sexual I couldnt care less, I myself don't find being a sissyfur sexual, but that's just me. Yes, youtube does have limited staff, but they imploy automated bots and volunteers to patrol the site, I could see a video staying up for a couple of years, but for a video to last 4-8 years, it would have to be intentionally overlooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitterdafoxy View Post
    I could see a video staying up for a couple of years, but for a video to last 4-8 years, it would have to be intentionally overlooked.
    Most people don't know what abdl is and are barely if even aware of the existence of it, so how would they know what to look up to find it. To be honest though if these videos are still up lets apply 'Occams razor' the to scenario. The simplest answer is they don't violate TOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitterdafoxy View Post
    OK, sorry, if most AB/DL's find it sexual I couldnt care less, I myself don't find being a sissyfur sexual, but that's just me. Yes, youtube does have limited staff, but they imploy automated bots and volunteers to patrol the site, I could see a video staying up for a couple of years, but for a video to last 4-8 years, it would have to be intentionally overlooked.
    First off, you can't "employ" bots to scan servers for restricted content. That has to have a human touch to actually see the video or so many people have to report it before the bot kicks in.

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    Sorry, but I think you're reading way too much into this.

    Youtube videos mainly get removed because:
    - A user (or users) complain about them, they get reviewed by staff (often times quickly and inaccurately) and get deleted.
    - Their contentid system identifies the video as being copyrighted (again, not exactly a foolproof system, plenty of false negatives)

    I highly doubt youtube is intentionally leaving a handful of videos untouched as a public service. More than likely they just haven't attracted enough attention for someone to flag them as inappropriate, or they were reviewed and found appropriate.

    A human review process is always going to be inconsistent, especially if it employs multiple human reviewers (which youtube certainly does). There are guidelines, but there is always room for subjectiveness. The fact that one video is deleted while another is not despite having similar content can simply be explained by the videos being reviewed by different reviewers who interpret the guidelines differently.

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    I have to say that YouTube is NOT for porn. It's usually some perv rubbing their diaper. Although I do look at diaper related videos, there's other places for that kind of content. I think that most should not be on YouTube.

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    Yeah. It's a nice theory but I don't think youtube puts much thought into something further than "How will this make us money"

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    I can't respond to every comment individually, but I have dug a bit deeper into YouTube's catacombs of videos and noticed something weird. The Budd Dwayer Suicide Tape is allowed on YouTube, but it is age locked, it is quite odd that a full and uncut suicide video is on the site, even with the age lock in place. According to YouTube's terms and conditions, suicide is not allowed under the violent content rule, so what the hell does a 28 year old suicide tape have to do with AB/DL's? Its simple, according to YouTube's terms and conditions, an AB/DL video would be in the same ballpark as the suicide tape, I do not see the logic in this at all, but this brings us to another very odd point. If the suicide tape has the 18+ restriction on it, according to YouTube's flawed logic, so should a MUCH less shocking AB/DL video, as most of you would agree, this is crazy and unnecessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitterdafoxy View Post
    I can't respond to every comment individually, but I have dug a bit deeper into YouTube's catacombs of videos and noticed something weird. The Budd Dwayer Suicide Tape is allowed on YouTube, but it is age locked, it is quite odd that a full and uncut suicide video is on the site, even with the age lock in place. According to YouTube's terms and conditions, suicide is not allowed under the violent content rule, so what the hell does a 28 year old suicide tape have to do with AB/DL's? Its simple, according to YouTube's terms and conditions, an AB/DL video would be in the same ballpark as the suicide tape, I do not see the logic in this at all, but this brings us to another very odd point. If the suicide tape has the 18+ restriction on it, according to YouTube's flawed logic, so should a MUCH less shocking AB/DL video, as most of you would agree, this is crazy and unnecessary.
    Again, human review system is going to result in inconsistency. One reviewer sees ABDL content and thinks "no nudity, just a person acting really weird.. no issue here", another reviewer can see the same content and think "obviously a fetish, sexual content, delete!". This is also assuming the video even gets reviewed.

    It's not in youtube's interest to go looking for problems. They implemented the contentid system to make big media happy, and they have a feature where users flag inappropriate content so they don't have to excessively police their own content. If content isn't automatically matched by contentid or flagged by a user, it probably never gets reviewed.

    Something like Budd Dwayer is hugely newsworthy and probably got extensive review involving lawyers. Most content probably just gets a quick pass by a single reviewer whos interpretation of the guidelines may vary wildly from other reviewers.

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