There may be a small niche for smart sex toys though, and that raises the question of what really is a robot. Vibrators are one thing, but imagine how women would like a vibrator that is also an autonomous pleasure machine capable of learning and adaptation. Just a thought.
"I can be mildly disappointed when I find that some content from the site was removed. It's hard to determine if the removal was done at the request of the model, If done at the model's request, that shows a respect for the model."
Most of the time you don't know, and model's request is far from the most common reason. I can think of a few sites that have told me they did this at their request though. AbbyWinters.com is one well known example, where models can buy back their shoots if they want them down. It does show respect for the models, in keeping with the AW brand of being a model friendly site. I guess I can't blame them for it.
Then again, there are massive sites like 21sextury.com that have never taken anything down, despite certainly having received requests, and I can say I am definitely glad they have kept it all.
"On the other hand, there are so many past and future models, we should still appreciate the content that is available to us."
So true. Enough cannot be said for the models and producers still creating and distributing great content.
Okay, so I heard back from the owner in this case, and they think it was an error on the C4S server, because they did not want to take that clip down. They're going to try to get me a copy, which is great.
Back to the original topic of the poll, I think it detracts from the entire site when you remove content, even if it's just a handful of models. Joining a site only to find content missing is like buying a book and finding that certain pages are gone.
Something like this just happened to me the other day, although I'm not sure if it was at the model's request or not. I purchased a number of clips from a clips4sale.com store. They all downloaded fine except for one. So I contacted C4S support, and they told me the clip had been deleted by the store owner. I went back to check the store, and sure enough, the clip was no longer listed.
I could not believe it that in the seconds between me paying for a clip and downloading it, the store owner deleted it. I emailed them about it, and I'll let you know if I get a reply.
Many people unfortunately don't pay for their porn. Of the minority that pay for it, fewer still go one step further after getting their fix and actually review it online. I think we're in the minority.
You may be surprised, but my answer is no to new fetishes. I've had my fetish for my entire life, long before I ever saw porn.
As I read this question more, it is difficult to answer because fetishes are very different from interests. Sure, I've developed new interests from watching porn.
Have I talked with people who discovered a pee fetish through porn? Sure. But in my case, I didn't have to be exposed to it, it was just the way I was. Most guys got turned on by tits and pussy. I got turned on by tits, pussy, and women's piss.
I've come across the best in tech support, the worst, and everything in between. You can't expect much from half the sites out there, the rest will usually try to help, and some rare sites will really go the extra mile.
Playback dimensions should be 720 horizontal pixels for HD and 1080 horizontal pixels for 1080P or "True HD." The only caveat is that you can't sample raw video shot at a lower resolution of 720 or 1980P and still call it HD.
If you do this right, they can't be removed. You place a watermark that is unique to each user, and it consists of very subtle color alterations of the pixels comprising the watermark, which can be off to the corner somewhere. You would never be able to see the effect of this.
If the webmaster wants to identify the downloader of a given image, all they have to do is subtract the pixels of their un-watermarked master copy from the watermarked image.
This cannot be decoded or removed without the master file, so there would be no way to defeat it.
Again, I would be fine with this. I once saw it implemented really badly though, with a semi-translucent alphanumeric code watermark right in the middle of the field of view. Ugh!
Just to clarify, I don't mean DRM in the sense that you can't copy or view it without any restrictions. I just mean they added an invisible watermark or some other means of identifying each downloader on a master list.
I have joined a few sites that did this, and it doesn't bother me. You've got nothing to worry about as long as you don't pirate the content. As long as you are not pirating the content, then the only way anyone could use the codes to identify you is if they found the porn on your hard drive, but in that case I think they would know its yours anyways.
I'm surprised more sites haven't done this. I've seen sites close, with the owners complaining about the usual, no money in porn, piracy, etc, yet they never tried anything like this.
Sad but true about the drop off in new content. There were years when there were over a hundred new sites featuring peeing, now last year I don't think I could name ten new ones, and many more closed than opened.
Dude, I wouldn't touch that stuff with a 10 foot pole, and if I could delete it all with a keystroke right now I would.
Off the top of my head, here's some of the legal stuff that's been censored:
This has been beat to death on other forums. Posts supposedly from a Brazzers.com employee have implicated it to VISA, of course, you can take that with a grain of salt. This same poster, who is supposedly charged with reviewing Brazzers content, wrote about some the other criteria for removal which include models in pigtails, because it is too suggestive of underage, and models drinking alcohol on the set.
Owner wrote in an article on XBiz.com how he was forced to close when his payment processor cut him off. This actually wasn't because the content was too extreme, but he was a UK operator, and he failed to comply with ATVOD. Rather that allow him to work it out, his payment processor just terminated his account, and rather than try to find another processor, he just closed up shop.
Along this note, sites forced to close or remove content by ATVOD could be added to the list, and there are many of those.
It is relatively common knowledge that F2M peeing may be permissible in small quantities on US sites, but M2F peeing is off limits. This is one of many US sites that specialized in M2F peeing that have closed over the years. Do I like M2F peeing - not at all - but it still proves my point. Some people do enjoy it though, and these sites shouldn't have had to close.
There's another huge group of sites totaling in the 100's that have categorically been censored by the credit card processors. Sites that featured #2, which I am not into, but also had tons of other content that was legit. I won't list them all, because these sites pushed the limits too much for mention here. I will just mention one.
This is the best example, because if you go to her new page on Hightide (ask me if you want the link, but be warned), she explains in detail how credit card processors forced her to take down her site. She did lots of straight up peeing shoots that were legit, but they went down with the ship. We have talked about her peeing content, although not about this idea, but she is an example of someone who might be open to this distribution model.
I think that you, me, and lots of people feel this way. There are so many posts on all the porn forums looking for this or that video that someone saw 10 years ago that they can't for the life of them find anymore. For lots of porn fans, it seems that these old videos are actually the most sought out content.
It gets me thinking, if only there were a way to purchase the older stuff together with the rights and necessary documents for distribution, or license it, and bring more of it back. Or, for the older stuff that went down due to payment processor restrictions, to find alternative methods of monetizing its distribution. There could be huge potential here, if anyone could figure this one out.
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