News: There’s a growing controversy on YouTube. And, yes, it involves boobs. To get more viewers to their videos, a number of people insert a screenshot of women’s scantily clad breasts (or behinds, for that matter) into their video — strategicially placed to be the still shot or thumb nail pic you see on screen for the video on YouTube. You’ll find a few examples of this practice from “nogoodtv” or “hotforwords.” (There’s not supposed to be any nudity in these videos on YouTube, but I haven’t checked through them.)
In the video above, Paperlillies criticizes YouTube for partnering up with people who do this in their revenue-sharing program.
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