Dailymotion is a video sharing service that lets users stream video to their TVs, iPhones, or other devices.
But the service’s creators have a long history of controversial content and videos, including one of its founders that the company has said was “not for entertainment purposes.”
Here’s what you need to know about it.1.
It’s not for entertainment.
The company is known for making “titillating” videos that are intended for people under 18.
But Dailymotion founder Mike Krahulik says his company is for “a more intimate audience,” and he doesn’t think that makes it a “toy” for kids.
In a recent video posted to the site, he said:”Toys are for children and for adults, not for adults to watch.
So I think it’s not a toy that we’re making for children.
We know that if we make them for adults that they’re going to have fun. “
And that’s the same with all the videos.
We know that if we make them for adults that they’re going to have fun.
They’re going, oh, wow.
They’ll have a really good time with it.”3.
The videos don’t always make it on to YouTube.
In 2017, Dailymotion announced that it had pulled “the world’s most-viewed video ever,” a 30-second video of a young boy jumping into a pool of water that was shot by an employee of a Florida beach resort.
The video, which had 1.4 million views and featured the boy, was removed from YouTube because it was deemed offensive to Muslims and was not intended for minors.
The YouTube team did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.4.
The original video didn’t make it onto YouTube.
The video, “Mildly Touched,” was uploaded on March 11, 2017.
Dailymotion posted a screenshot of the video on the website on June 3, 2017, and the video has now been viewed over 100,000 times.
In the screenshot, a girl is seen in a bathing suit, holding a towel and standing on a dock.
A man is standing in the background, wearing a T-shirt with the phrase “I am a feminist.”
The clip has received hundreds of comments on the Dailymotion site, some praising the original creator and others criticizing the removal of the clip.
“If you are offended by what we’re saying in that clip, then I would hope that you wouldn’t make this a habit,” one commenter said.
“It’s just one more thing to be offended by.”
Another commenter called the video “a horrible example of how people treat marginalized people.”
“You can’t expect people to be ‘tolerant’ or ‘kind,'” she said.