Online sex vide
Now, with new sexual allegations against Harvey Weinstein and others in the movie and TV industry coming practically daily, the producer of has posted his film online for the first time, free for the next nine days.
"It's so funny to keep seeing headlines about how Harvey's abuse was 'an open secret' in Hollywood, and that's the name of our film," said producer Gabe Hoffman.
The company, known as DEN, generated lots of buzz and attracted some high-profile investors, including congressman-turned movie producer Michael Huffington; film and music mogul David Geffen; and Bryan Singer, the director of two movies.
DEN was a producer of five-minute videos for web consumption, but it's best remembered today for hosting wild parties with drugs, alcohol and underage boys at the former residence of founder, Marc Collins-Rector, now a registered sex offender.
[MUSIC] [MUSIC] [MUSIC] [MUSIC] [MUSIC] When you take the shame out of sex, when you normalize it, you strike At the heart of sexual abuse and you also by the way absolve many very unhappy relationships.
, a documentary about the sexual abuse of teenage boys at the hands of Hollywood big-wigs, generated plenty of publicity a few years ago, but no suitable offers for digital distribution.
A blog post by Tamar Yehoshua, Product Manager of Google Search, explained why sometimes autocomplete searches go wrong.
The post said: 'Autocomplete isn't an exact science, and the output of the prediction algorithms changes frequently.
A report by moderators at You Tube found that up to 100,000 predatory accounts had been leaving indecent comments on videos, with 28 comments directed at children that were against the site's guidelines.A shocking report has revealed that searching for the phrase 'how to have' on You Tube brings up a list of disturbing auto-complete results.Creepy suggestions include 'how to have s*x with your kids' and 'how to have s*x kids.'You Tube has described the findings as 'profoundly disturbing' and says it is investigating the matter to understand what caused the results.Jessica Langford, 32, appeared in court on November 21 and pleaded not guilty to three counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor and three counts of sexual battery.Langford, a married mother-of-one from Centerville, had taught math at Miamisburg Middle School for nine years, until she resigned her position in late May after allegations of sexual misconduct had come to light.