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21 hours ago, pissypants2005 said:

When TVGuy isn’t making amazing content he spends his spare time being an attorney. There was a lot of thought put into that response. Thanks!

This made me lol. Yeah i always did appreciate his perspective. Helped me when I was at my lowest

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Piracy definitely is harmful to content creators, especially independent creators who rely on sites like Clips4Sale.  Imagine putting all that time and effort into making a video, only to sell 4 downl

So, because it's not that big of a deal, you're okay with someone intentionally dumping their coffee on the floor, smiling smugly about it and then walking off? Because that's what you're implyin

Both Clips4Sale and ManyVids instituted a policy that any person appearing in videos, even in the background, needs to have some kind of consent form, or ID verification on file. Effectively, this kil

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13 hours ago, PoutyPoet said:

Why wouldn't she just blur others' faces as they do for JAVs filmed under Asian countries' oppressive privacy laws?

 

4 hours ago, shadowflake said:

 Legally you might be in the clear if you blur out their faces, but it's still a moral issue to force your fetish onto other people.

Blurring out faces or people has nothing to do with the legalities under 18.2257.  In the US, unlike in many other countries, you have no legal right to privacy when you are in public.  The opposite is actually true, we have a constitutional right to photograph and record just about anything we want in public, as long as there isn't a reasonable expectation of privacy.

USC 18.2257 is about making sure the people who appear in adult videos are all legal adults, not about privacy. It says nothing about if people appearing in the videos are identifiable or not, only if they appear in the work.  Also, even when it comes to privacy related issues, blurring a person's face doesn't change that you violated a person's reasonable expectation of privacy.

If blurring a person's face was a way around this law, under this logic, you could make content with underage performers as long as you blurred their faces.  In the same way, if blurring a person's face was valid way to sidestep privacy laws, you could film people with hidden cameras in the bathroom without their consent as long as you blurred out their faces.  Neither of these things are true and both acts are still very illegal. 

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I actually enjoyed the desperation and wetting aspects of her videos because she would clearly wait until she was genuinely desperate, judging by the huge amount of pee in almost every video. I really didn't like the fact that they were filmed around unsuspecting and unconsenting members of the public, and of course the fact that she often left puddles that others were likely to have come into contact with or would need to clean up. In many of the videos you can tell that they picked a 'target', usually a young woman or group of women, who she would wet in front of and the cameraman would try to keep them in the frame to record their reaction. So in some cases these random people were actually unknowing 'performers' in the videos, which never felt right to me. Not to mention totally illegal, as I now know after reading the very informative posts by @TVGuy

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On 2/18/2022 at 12:42 PM, TVGuy said:

Piracy definitely is harmful to content creators, especially independent creators who rely on sites like Clips4Sale.  Imagine putting all that time and effort into making a video, only to sell 4 downloads, but have it pirated hundreds, or even thousands of times.  It is incredibly discouraging.

Modern video piracy online is no longer just customers sharing their favorite videos on various forums.  It has become an integral tool in international money laundering for giant crime syndicates.  Basically, it is how you can convert stolen credit card data, in bulk, to untraceable cash.  Going after large content creators would draw attention and a possible law enforcement response, but small time individuals posting on C4S and Only Fans?  Well, they make ideal targets for these kind of schemes.

Do you have an article or something I can read more about how piracy facilities money laundering?

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19 hours ago, amasonbo1 said:

Either that, or asking for people to rip other people's videos for her. Double standard was very funny.

She was classic for that!  That’s honestly why I didn’t feel bad, she had a VK account full of paid vids from other creators and even with her store she would be on there requesting full paid vids for free.

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16 hours ago, wetmatt said:

Do you have an article or something I can read more about how piracy facilities money laundering?

A quick search only gave me articles covering people who have been arrested/prosecuted for being involved with these schemes-

https://pcnutsandbolts.com/cybercrime/piracy-copyright/bulkyiptv-operator-was-arrested-for-fraud-money-laundering/

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/new-jersey-youtube-star-indicted-in-large-internet-piracy-scheme/ar-AAOIoMv

But, these kind of articles don't really go into details about how the schemes work.  Most of my own knowledge in this area comes from being a victim and talking with law enforcement.

As I understand it, here are how these schemes work:

There are networks of under ground websites of credit card thieves.  Scammers use a variety of techniques to get a hold of people's credit card info.  This stolen card data is then packaged and sold in bulk on these underground websites.  The scammers who stole the card info make their money by selling it, not using the cards directly.  They will do something like sell 10,000 stolen cards for a few hundred dollars.

The buyers of these cards then face an issue- How do they get money out of them without getting caught?  If they just start going on shopping sprees, those cards are going to get shut down awfully quickly and there will be a trail leading right back to them.  So, to extract money from their stolen cards, they are forced to get creative. 

One way these card thieves have found to do that involves porn piracy.  What they will do is sign up as an affiliate marketer on a site like my own.  Affiliates get paid 50% of every sale they refer.  Once they have their affiliate program up and running, they will then use the stolen credit cards to start signing up.  There are some safeguards in place, but if they are careful, they can usually extract a good deal of money through this affiliate scam before it is discovered and they are blocked.  Ultimately, I am then the one who is out not just the amount of the sale, but also the amount they were able to take from the affiliate program.

So, this alone is able to net these scammers a big chunk of cash, but many don't stop there.  Since they have these memberships, they will attempt to download as much content as they can.  Then, with that stolen content, they will attempt to monetize it themselves.  One way to do this is with pirate forums that will actually share their advertising revenue with users, based on how many views a user's content is getting.  This was how Mega used to work.  Users upload content they bought with stolen credit  cards, having already made money from the affiliate scam, but then also continue generating revenue from the payments they receive from the pirate forums.

Other scammers are even more enterprising.  They will turn around and launch their own websites with stolen content, making money with their own advertising or selling their own subscriptions directly.  Several years ago now I went into battle with a website called 'P-Journal' that was doing this very thing.  They made a mistake in covering their tracks, however, and my lawyers and I were able to eventually uncover their true identity and get them shut down.  But, that cost me $30,000 and I wasn't able to recover any of it.  Today, the website Pissrip is doing the same thing.  When they had videos from my site, there was a strong correlation between videos that were bought with stolen card data through affiliate scams and what would pop up a few days later on their site.

Eventually these illegally obtained videos trickle down from the big underground pirate sites where they are making money for the the pirates and will start appearing on forums and sites like VK, but much of this content is originally obtained illegally as part of this kind of money laundering scam.

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On 2/18/2022 at 12:34 PM, peedipe said:

She was the hottest wetter I've seen. I agree that it's not nice for someone to have to pay for the clean-up, but for videos that hot, I don't really care. There's a trillion things going on in the world every split second, and there's a lot worse things going on in the world than a carpet tile in some bookshop back in 2020 getting some pee on it. If it was dangerous, that would be another story, like someone on crutches slipping on it. But I try not to think about hypothetical stuff like that when I'm watching these things. If anything, the naughtiness makes it hotter, and you don't get that level of peril in a bathtub wetting or a back garden wetting. I just wish I got more of her videos before they bit the dust, like all good things do these days.

Would you feel the same if someone you knew was having to clean up her messes. If I had a kid working a department store, coming home telling me he had to clean up after my favourite content creator, I'd feel pretty shitty. Knowing my own flesh and blood had to clean up someone else's pee for my enjoyment. You have a pretty selfish standpoint. I'm not saying you shouldn't enjoy them, but to say whatever, I don't care if someone had to clean up there mess, I think is a bit of a fallacy, what you mean, is as long as it's strangers cleaning up her pee you don't care. Could that I'm wrong, and you're just so self absorbed you don't understand what I just said.

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10 hours ago, LiquidOcelot said:

Would you feel the same if someone you knew was having to clean up her messes. If I had a kid working a department store, coming home telling me he had to clean up after my favourite content creator, I'd feel pretty shitty. Knowing my own flesh and blood had to clean up someone else's pee for my enjoyment. You have a pretty selfish standpoint. I'm not saying you shouldn't enjoy them, but to say whatever, I don't care if someone had to clean up there mess, I think is a bit of a fallacy, what you mean, is as long as it's strangers cleaning up her pee you don't care. Could that I'm wrong, and you're just so self absorbed you don't understand what I just said.

Do you feel the same way when a person shopping in a store accidentally spills coffee or drops their soda and doesn't clean it up?   I know there is an argument that a bodily fluid is different, but from someone who has been a manager at a retail outlet, I can tell you that it really isn't.  You take the big yellow bucket and mop and mop it up.  Not that big of a deal.

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I don't think people are so super upset if someone pees themselves, a lot of people might find it funny or at least be sympathetic if they think it was an accident. And she did this because she liked to see reactions like this, it's part of her exhibition kink. If you don't have an exhibition kink, you would disagree, and that's fine but I don't think we should be so quick to judge, especially as a community that also loves pretty similar wetting. It's really not THAT big of a deal.

If what she did was illegal, I don't get why. She is not hurting anyone, and there are millions of similar pranks on youtube. Should those also all be illegal? What is the difference between pranking a stranger, even startling them like in a lot of those pranks or peeing your pants in front of them? Peeing your pants seems milder.

I personally wouldn't do as public stuff as she, but I won't throw people under the bus who do.

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12 hours ago, LiquidOcelot said:

Would you feel the same if someone you knew was having to clean up her messes. If I had a kid working a department store, coming home telling me he had to clean up after my favourite content creator, I'd feel pretty shitty. Knowing my own flesh and blood had to clean up someone else's pee for my enjoyment. You have a pretty selfish standpoint. I'm not saying you shouldn't enjoy them, but to say whatever, I don't care if someone had to clean up there mess, I think is a bit of a fallacy, what you mean, is as long as it's strangers cleaning up her pee you don't care. Could that I'm wrong, and you're just so self absorbed you don't understand what I just said.

Yeah sure, I would take it more personally if it was someone I know having to clean it up, or if I had to clean it up, etc. As I wrote in another reply, I agree that it's not a cool thing to do; getting pee on stuff on purpose. I understand why people are offended by it too. I won't watch those videos where someone's on a train or something, with their trousers down, and just pissing all over the seat or something. And I'm also offended by littering, graffiti, breaking things, etc. But a pee puddle on the floor just doesn't offend me much, and the little amount it does, I can brush away out of my mind. It was a while ago, in another country, no one got hurt, and it was sexy. If it's illegal, then that's her problem, and if the shop worker had to get a mop out rather than stand at the till, that was also their problem. It's just not worth thinking about. It's not like that niche of the pee fetish is a big one anyway. I could count on one hand the people that have done stuff in that nice: Scarlett, Brianna, T-Bob, a girl that did it a few times at the back of a bus, and a few one offs, but I can't remember them all now. If it was a big niche and started getting a bit mainstream, like dogging, or munches, then I might feel a bit more like taking a stance, but even then I probably wouldn't, to be honest. I just don't have the time for it these days.

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3 minutes ago, Kyuu said:

So, because it's not that big of a deal, you're okay with someone intentionally dumping their coffee on the floor, smiling smugly about it and then walking off?

Because that's what you're implying. The difference is intent.

Having a legitimate accident and intentionally pissing yourself all over someone else's floor and making someone else clean it up because you get sexually aroused by it are not even remotely the same things and the attempts to equate the two here are really grasping at straws to try and justify something that gets you off.

@Kyuu Could you take a look at your DMs? I think my account was demoted from Omo Pro. I had unlimited downloads and the download all option, but now I do not.

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Yeah, one thing I didn't like about her wettings (as other people have pointed out in here) is that she does it inside a store (intentionally), leaving a mess for someone else (and it doesn't look like she gets permission to do public wettings in those stores). If it was an outdoor store (like a farm or something), or was outside the store in the parking lot or whatever, I wouldn't have a problem with it, since nobody really needs to clean it up (gets absorbed into the dirt, or just dries up on the road and is washed away with the next rainfall). There was someone who posted public wettings sometimes (think it was katie-something? can't remember for sure), and she never did it inside a store. Either on the road or on her own property.

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8 hours ago, WetterMesser said:

@Kyuu Could you take a look at your DMs? I think my account was demoted from Omo Pro. I had unlimited downloads and the download all option, but now I do not.

Looks like a new points system. I like it. Either way, I was Omo Pro and I didn't have unlimited downloads and the "download all" option. I could download well enough though. 

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12 hours ago, Kyuu said:

So, because it's not that big of a deal, you're okay with someone intentionally dumping their coffee on the floor, smiling smugly about it and then walking off?

Because that's what you're implying. The difference is intent.

Having a legitimate accident and intentionally pissing yourself all over someone else's floor and making someone else clean it up because you get sexually aroused by it are not even remotely the same things and the attempts to equate the two here are really grasping at straws to try and justify something that gets you off.

No, but that is my point.  We seem to be really upset at this one person for getting pee on a store floor, albeit, for pleasure and making a video, but still, we are not ranting about the groups of kids that come in after school, disregarding the signs about bring food and drinks from other places, with no intent to buy anything, that loiter and liter while spilling their drinks or leaving crumbs, knocking garments off hangers and other annoying things that some staffer had to fix.  Using a mop to clean a puddle on the floor that someone may not even know is pee, it isn't as big s deal or... Perhaps as big a deal as anyone taking something off the shelves, then deciding not to purchase it and sticking back on a shelve somewhere else.  

Plus, having not seen the videos, did she make them seem like genuine accidents to anyone that saw her?  That doesn't change things, but probably few know it was done intentionally.  I don't know if that was the case or not though.  

I'm just saying, at the end of the day, I had to fix a hundred different things each day, where inconsiderate people did inconsiderate things.  I don't view what she did as any worse than any of those.

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On 2/21/2022 at 8:46 AM, Redd said:

Do you feel the same way when a person shopping in a store accidentally spills coffee or drops their soda and doesn't clean it up?   I know there is an argument that a bodily fluid is different, but from someone who has been a manager at a retail outlet, I can tell you that it really isn't.  You take the big yellow bucket and mop and mop it up.  Not that big of a deal.

Yes, accidentally spilling a consumable beverage and intentionally releasing your bodily fluids into your pants in a public setting because it turns you on - all while causing a complete mess of literal human waste - are both the same thing. What an idiotic fucking take.

And to add my two cents on Wet Briana, I was never comfortable watching her videos since it involved unsuspecting (and most likely unwilling) bystanders.

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Removed unnecessary and hurtful comments directed at Wet Briana (see edit history)
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