Explicit Content Detection detects adult content in videos. Adult content is generally inappropriate for those under under 18 years of age and includes, but is not limited to, nudity, sexual activities, and pornography. Such content detected in cartoons or anime is also identified. When Explicit Content Detection evaluates a video, it does so on a per-frame basis and considers visual content only. The audio component of the video is not used to evaluate explicit content level.
Adult video websites appear to be exploiting a YouTube loophole to host explicit material on the platform. News site TorrentFreak found some sites had uploaded videos that did not show up on YouTube, but could be viewed on third-party websites. The exploit allows a website to host its video library for free, using Google's server space and bandwidth. YouTube told the BBC its policies "prohibit sexually explicit content like pornography".
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Adult entertainment tube site Pornhub has removed more than half of its videos in a major shift in the industry from parent company MindGeek. Much of this had gone unchecked for years, but a recent expose from the New York Times shone a spotlight on the website — not just for housing pirated content but as a hub for trafficking and images of child sexual abuse. Many of these complaints have historically been unaddressed by Pornhub and its parent company, with limited oversight to the content uploaded to the site.