There were some which appeared in YouTube, but those were soon deleted or deactivated by YouTube because it was obviously against the Terms of Service. It quickly became a battle of upload and delete, as videos struggled to remain online for more than 24 hours.
And that's why some people appointed themselves the "announcer" of the latest download link, and they broadcasted the download URLs in places such as Twitter and Plurk. In other words, they helped spread the video, right? Or, they helped more people find out where to download those different vids.
Check out this interview of Katrina Halili:
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Did you catch what Katrina Halili said? She's going after those who uploaded the videos as well as those who helped spread the video.
(01:13) Basta po hindi po ako uurong. Dapat po magbayad yung mga taong gumawa nito, pati yung mga taong nagkalat nung video, kasi napaka walang-hiya nila...
Rough translation: I will not relent. The people who did this must pay, including those who spread the video, because they are shamelesss...
And it's easy enough to search Twitter and Plurk to quickly see who tweeted or plurked the download links. It's hard, though, to delete those tweets. There's a lesson to be learned here, right?
For other video footages of related interviews, please see Katrina Halili-Hayden Kho sex video: Filipino officials, bloggers weigh in on scandal (by Joey Alarilla, writing at CNET Asia).
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