Porn 2.0

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Porn 2.0, named after "Web 2.0", refers to pornographic websites featuring user-generated content.wikipedia
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Web 2.0

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Porn 2.0, named after "Web 2.0", refers to pornographic websites featuring user-generated content.
Enterprise 2.0, PR 2.0, Classroom 2.0, Publishing 2.0, Medicine 2.0, Telco 2.0, Travel 2.0, Government 2.0, and even Porn 2.0.

YouPorn

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It is one of the highest-traffic pornographic sites on the Internet along with Pornhub and YouPorn and has been described as a major development in Internet pornography.
This Web 2.0 (or Porn 2.0) site differs from many other pornographic websites in that it is completely free and ad-supported.

User-generated content

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Porn 2.0, named after "Web 2.0", refers to pornographic websites featuring user-generated content.

Metacafe

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Porn 2.0 sites may offer features similar to mainstream Web 2.0 services such as video communities (Metacafe, Vimeo, YouTube) and social sites (Tumblr, Twitter), general blogging, (Blogger, DailyBooth, Lookbook.nu) and photo hosting (Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa).

Vimeo

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Porn 2.0 sites may offer features similar to mainstream Web 2.0 services such as video communities (Metacafe, Vimeo, YouTube) and social sites (Tumblr, Twitter), general blogging, (Blogger, DailyBooth, Lookbook.nu) and photo hosting (Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa).

YouTube

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Porn 2.0 sites may offer features similar to mainstream Web 2.0 services such as video communities (Metacafe, Vimeo, YouTube) and social sites (Tumblr, Twitter), general blogging, (Blogger, DailyBooth, Lookbook.nu) and photo hosting (Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa).

Tumblr

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Porn 2.0 sites may offer features similar to mainstream Web 2.0 services such as video communities (Metacafe, Vimeo, YouTube) and social sites (Tumblr, Twitter), general blogging, (Blogger, DailyBooth, Lookbook.nu) and photo hosting (Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa).

Twitter

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Porn 2.0 sites may offer features similar to mainstream Web 2.0 services such as video communities (Metacafe, Vimeo, YouTube) and social sites (Tumblr, Twitter), general blogging, (Blogger, DailyBooth, Lookbook.nu) and photo hosting (Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa).

Blogger (service)

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Porn 2.0 sites may offer features similar to mainstream Web 2.0 services such as video communities (Metacafe, Vimeo, YouTube) and social sites (Tumblr, Twitter), general blogging, (Blogger, DailyBooth, Lookbook.nu) and photo hosting (Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa).

DailyBooth

Porn 2.0 sites may offer features similar to mainstream Web 2.0 services such as video communities (Metacafe, Vimeo, YouTube) and social sites (Tumblr, Twitter), general blogging, (Blogger, DailyBooth, Lookbook.nu) and photo hosting (Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa).

Lookbook.nu

Lookbook
Porn 2.0 sites may offer features similar to mainstream Web 2.0 services such as video communities (Metacafe, Vimeo, YouTube) and social sites (Tumblr, Twitter), general blogging, (Blogger, DailyBooth, Lookbook.nu) and photo hosting (Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa).

Flickr

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Porn 2.0 sites may offer features similar to mainstream Web 2.0 services such as video communities (Metacafe, Vimeo, YouTube) and social sites (Tumblr, Twitter), general blogging, (Blogger, DailyBooth, Lookbook.nu) and photo hosting (Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa).

Photobucket

Photo Bucket
Porn 2.0 sites may offer features similar to mainstream Web 2.0 services such as video communities (Metacafe, Vimeo, YouTube) and social sites (Tumblr, Twitter), general blogging, (Blogger, DailyBooth, Lookbook.nu) and photo hosting (Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa).

Picasa

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Porn 2.0 sites may offer features similar to mainstream Web 2.0 services such as video communities (Metacafe, Vimeo, YouTube) and social sites (Tumblr, Twitter), general blogging, (Blogger, DailyBooth, Lookbook.nu) and photo hosting (Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa).

Content management

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Among these difficulties are concern about the digital content copyright, trade media and affiliating partnership advertising.

Digital rights management

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Among these difficulties are concern about the digital content copyright, trade media and affiliating partnership advertising.

Privacy

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Other concerns include the idea of sharing vs. privacy in Security 2.0 and legal ramifications of large quantities of free, user-generated pornographic content on the Internet.

Stereoscopy

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For Porn 3.0, news media often suggest the usage of 3D stereoscopy, multi-angle DVD neural impulse actuators, and peripheral controller and devices similar to game controller vibration, eliminating less probable technologies such as holograms.

Neural Impulse Actuator

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For Porn 3.0, news media often suggest the usage of 3D stereoscopy, multi-angle DVD neural impulse actuators, and peripheral controller and devices similar to game controller vibration, eliminating less probable technologies such as holograms.

Holography

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For Porn 3.0, news media often suggest the usage of 3D stereoscopy, multi-angle DVD neural impulse actuators, and peripheral controller and devices similar to game controller vibration, eliminating less probable technologies such as holograms.

Copyright infringement

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Copyright infringement is chief among the challenges that have confronted Porn 2.0.

United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

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A 2007 decision by the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals found that the 2257 legislation (Child Protection and Obscenity Enforcement Act) was unconstitutional and violated first amendment rights.

Child Protection and Obscenity Enforcement Act

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A 2007 decision by the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals found that the 2257 legislation (Child Protection and Obscenity Enforcement Act) was unconstitutional and violated first amendment rights.

First Amendment to the United States Constitution

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A 2007 decision by the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals found that the 2257 legislation (Child Protection and Obscenity Enforcement Act) was unconstitutional and violated first amendment rights.

En banc

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The decision was overturned in a 2009 en banc rehearing.