HARDCORE PORN proliferates across
Washington Post, TEEN VOGUE & others after X-rated site takes over video hosting domain
Graphic porn videos have suddenly appeared on sites across the internet, including at news outlets like the Washington Post and even Teen Vogue, after a defunct video hosting platform lost its domain to an adult film company.
Videos once displaying advertisements and news stories have been replaced with hardcore pornography courtesy of 5 Star HD Porn, the firm that now controls the former domain of Vidme, a hosting project shut down in 2017. The strange phenomenon was spotted by Twitter users on
Thursday, with several screenshots captured before the sites could scrub the NSFW vids. They popped up at Fox, the Washington Post, New York Magazine,
Newsweek, the Huffington Post and a long list of other major outlets. Some remained live at the time of writing.
No part of the internet is spared from this degeneracy. ((They)) will force it anywhere
they can, especially because of increasing pushback. - No part of the internet is spared from this degeneracy. ((They)) will force it anywhere they can, especially because of increasing pushback.