YouTube rejected this video

Sunday, July 8, 2007 at 11:27 | Posted in censorship, video, youtube | 3 Comments

I was trying to upload a video onto YouTube that I regarded as funny. Much to my surprise, I received the following note of rejection:

I had no problem uploading the video onto my Multiply account. It is also available at my virtual server. Just watch it and judge for yourself. If you understand why YouTube thinks this is a violation of their terms of use, please enlighten me. I do not get it.

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  1. Did you find out why this was?

  2. I never bothered to ask. Maybe dog sex is regarded as terrorism by YouTube.

  3. Brilliant! I think you’ve invented a new porn category. What should we call it? Animal onanism?


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