In recent years, it’s not uncommon to find on porn sites well known Hollywood movies, series and even music or video clips that have been taken down by YouTube for copyright infringement of some kind. Indirectly, the practice has also become a kind of “finger in the middle” for big entertainment industries, making content available for those who can’t afford it. In a quick search for Xvideos, it’s easy to find stand-up shows, well-known cartoon films, documentaries and many other films that haven’t even premiered yet.
There are people who are really adept at these new practices of watching releases, for free, on porn sites. Some movies appear in Full HD on porn sites like Xhamster, exactly one day after they start being public in movie theaters. People started sharing for fun, but in the opinion of some it is something extremely useful.
For example, last year a whole series of blockbusters ended up on the well-known Xhamster porn site and other similar sites, eventually rivaling not only physical theaters, but also platforms such as Amazon Prime Video and Netflix . The ease that a user has in being able to upload videos on these platforms ends up being a great incentive. Porn sites, however, are not lawless corners of the Internet: in a matter of days, cultural products with reserved rights are taken off the air because of the DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act)