BTS ARMYs are shocked, but the videos have been taken down now.
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5 Jul 2017 - 10:18 AM  UPDATED 5 Jul 2017 - 12:12 PM

As many of BTS' VLive video content and series' require payment, fans often rip and share these videos across various free platforms. But due to copyright issues, many of these shared videos generally get taken very quickly. However, one person figured out a creative - and X-rated - way to bypass this little copyright issue.

Recently, ARMYs were quite shocked to discovered that someone had been uploading various BTS videos (such as their "Not Today" MV and various VLive pay-only content like the group's new "Bon Voyage" series) onto a well-known X-rated website.

This is certainly a unique workaround to bypassing copyright, as well as the pay-only restriction for certain BTS content (like the aforementioned "Bon Voyage" series), but it appears to have not worked as the X-rated website quickly took down all the uploaded pay-only video content, leaving just the BTS MVs (which are free to all).


 

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