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.
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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.
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