While You Tube’s own algorithm has taken down many of these videos, the DCA has called on Google to police their service better, asking them to consider their own company ethos ‘don’t be evil’ when judging whether hackers making tutorial videos should be allowed to profit through ad-revenue.“Ratters don’t need any help getting victims, but they stand to make money from the RAT tutorials posted on You Tube,” argues the DCA’s Deputy Executive Director Adam Benson.
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Two teens who made off with stolen liquor in Medicine Hat were arrested after getting caught on camera Tuesday morning.
Around 2 a.m., the pair were captured on video, making their way down Milne Place Southeast.
We can’t imagine that the money made from ratter tutorials is worth the pain and suffering the victims experience.”Google has requested that any videos that breach You Tube’s strict policies should be reported by its users.
But the DCA has questioned their reliance on computer-assisted attempts to halt the issue.
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After contacting the police and filing a report, Turner posted the security footage to Facebook, where it attracted heavy attention, resulting in a flood of tips. Both were charged with breaking and entering, with one being released on bail, and the other being remanded to Calgary.