Kids See Mom ***** On YouTube


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Kids see mum ***** on YouTube

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March 05, 2008 12:00am

FOOTAGE of a mother repeatedly ***** in front of her screaming children posted on YouTube has sparked calls for the video sharing website to be moderated.
The 25-year-old woman, who said her glass of champagne was spiked by three teenage boys when they visited her London home in November, said the three-minute mobile phone footage of of her horrific ordeal was watched by 600 people.

The woman said she was unable to move, but fully aware during the hours-long attack.

"They just hurt me the whole way through. They had no respect," she told Sky News.

"Afterwards one p****** on me, like I was nothing.

"I felt dirtly, humiliated, ashamed. I did not want to tell anyone, did not want to do anything, I just wanted to forget."

The mother decided to report the gang-**** to the police after hearing rumours of the YouTube footage, which was taken off the site after a local reporter complained about its graphic nature.

"Putting (the video) on the internet was an abomination," the mother said.

"I was ***** on film and you could hear my daughter and four-year-old son crying. I cannot understand how any website could show such a thing."

A YouTube spokesman told The Times that the site's rules prohibited content such as pornography and gratuitous violence from being uploaded.

If YouTube staff saw content they thought was inappropriate, they could raise their concerns and the content would be reviewed.

"If the content breaks our terms then we remove it, and if a user repeatedly breaks the rules we disable their account," the spokesman said.

A technology lawyer with UK firm Pinsent Masons told The Times it was "extremely difficult" for trained staff at YouTube to control videos showing graphic images, with 10 hours of content uploaded every minute.

"In this instance - where you have a video that may depict a crime - there's no technical measure the site can apply that will prevent it being posted in the first place," Struan Robertson said.

"The only option would be for them to review every video before it is posted and that is unrealistic. What sites like YouTube need is a good reporting mechanism which enables content to be flagged to the site once it has been posted, and YouTube operates well in this sense."

Three teenagers - two aged 16 and one aged 14 - have been questioned by police over the attack.



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Where's the vid??? I got the Jergens ready and then. . . NOTHING!!!:mad4:

Fr. Dougal

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You can't blame YouTube for this.

Key to the story: 10 HOURS of content uploaded every minute. It's physically impossible for them to review posted videos. The only thing they could do is make the review process faster, but they can only do that when the video gets flagged.

600 douchebags watched it... no one reported it. It took the reporter's complaint to get the video pulled.


as a matter of fact i dont have 5$
why was she drinking with teen aged boys?


She A Great Big Fat Person?


Seriously, where is it? Did our friends at Break leave it up?