With a tagline of “Broadcasting The Bedroom,” you can expect that new startup ScrewTube won’t be safe for surfing at work once it launches. For now, however, the site is nothing more than an innoffensive landing page and an email submission form. Like PornoTube, they plan to allow users to upload video that is currently restricted on YouTube – user generated videos that contain pornographic or other sexual content. This is a brain-dead easy business to make money – PornoTube turned into a top web destination virtually overnight after it launched last July.
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