YouTube is not alone in allowing users to find out where a device has been, where a person is, and to make anonymous searches for videos and images.
Google also lets users search through the results, though some of these searches may be restricted to certain channels.
For example, if you search for “marijuana video” you will see that it is blocked from YouTube.
In the past, Google has allowed users to search for videos that were uploaded to YouTube in violation of the DMCA.
In addition, the DMCA specifically prohibits “the production, distribution, display, or public performance of any copyrighted work by the owner of the copyright or related right.”
In 2015, YouTube began requiring all videos uploaded to its platform to include the word “MANDATORY.”
The site’s terms of service prohibit “the distribution, publication, or exhibition of any material that is protected by the Copyright Act, including, without limitation, sound recordings, video clips, video broadcasts, and recordings of copyrighted works.”
If you’re curious about how to search the results for your anti rape device, you can find a list of YouTube channels here.
If you have questions about your anti-rape device, Google is here to help.