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In the video, one of the girls wears a Hannah Montana t-shirt, another is wearing a pink tutu, and the third is in pink and white pajamas.
Gaunt says 35% of the videos she collected have been stolen and re-posted by men who are monetizing the content or using it to build their own YouTube following.
Parents certainly need to teach their kids digital media literacy.
The responsibility for YouTube to do so is less clear.
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