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According to stats offered by PornGuardian, www.pornguardian.com the tube site offering the most pirated files in 2012 was Motherless.com.
Paraphrasing Donald Sutherland from The Dirty Dozen, never heard of ’em. Whereas, third down on the list is Manwin’s PornHub.com and right behind we have the sainted YouTube.com.
So does this mean, anyone posting an interview on YouTube is supporting piracy? For your information, all the usual suspects make this list: xvideos.com, xhamster.com redtube.com and, surprising to me, is metacafe.com. I’d figure DailyMotion.com would have had them beat.
XHamster.com, by the way, is the go-to site if you want massive content and want to avoid pop ups and annoying robo conversations with women claiming to live in your area wanting to get laid.
Incidentally, Motherless.com posts this disclaimer on its site: “Welcome to a moral free zone where anything legal stays! All content posted to this site is 100% user contributed. All uploaded content is previewed by admins before being posted and anything illegal will be reported. If you want to blame someone for the content on this site, blame the people of the world, not us.”