Do participants really care of their privacy and safety

Hello everyone. I’ve always wondered, are tenants worried about their privacy? What if somebody recognizes and detects them in real life one day? What they would do? There is much of vhtv’s material in the internet. It could be their siblings, friends, colleagues, executives or just random people living in their cities or towns. I wanna remind you that attitude towards erotic in the CiS countries is quite unfriendly and hostile. Its very different from Western Europe. Whether the tenants care or not about their safety, the problem does still exist. Any ideas? What do participants themselves think about the feasible threat? Thank you for your feedback and have a nice day.

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Personally I think you are bringing up something that has been addressed. VHTV do not reveal where the participant live or their name. The participant themselves must realise that there is an outside chance they one day may be recognised by a viewer and must just deal with it. What do you expect VHTV to do, have viewers sign an agreement never to recognise participants?

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Probably the ones who have something to lose do, but so many tenants seem to not really have much going for them. There have definitely been issues with tenants getting harrassed. Probably the most famous one being Sveta and Vlad. That girl put almost all of the girls of vhtv to shame. Hot doesn’t even begin to describe her. Alas, they got exposed on social media and boom, done! There are others too. It’s for sure a risk, even the future lives of those who don’t care now. One of the reasons the archive is so troublesome.

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Mira and Henry have noted that they have had issues with guests not willing to have sex on cam fearing being exposed. Again, it’s the archive that is their biggest fear. It’s a rather permanent location that is easily accessible to anyone with $40. I have strongly advocated for the elimination of the archive. Yes!!! Someone can record the feed and post it on the internet, or use it to target someone on social media. But, consider this. Where else on the internet can you find all of those sex files of sveta? You may be able to claw your way though virus infected porn sites to find some of them, but for $40, you can have it all. It’s for sure a huge risk to their lives, perhaps especially their future lives.

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It’s a worthy topic worthy of discussion.

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they dont have to do it

I agree with you about the archive’s elimination. I do believe that vhtv is constantly losing a plenty of decent couples with very appealing and complete life because of it. But there is another problem: related porn sites like voyeur-house.club, voyeur-house.to and etc where all videos usually appear in no time after being released. They’re free and open for visitors from the CIS countries and i see it as a problem. I reckon if they put an end to it, they will have many more great amateur participants.

I see 3 groups here: 1) they don’t care, 2) they care but are willing to risk it, 3) they don’t realize the consequences. First 2 groups made their decisions, good for them. Third group also made their decision and has a wonderful oportunity to learn something new. After all that’s how we gain experience and evolve - learning from our mistakes. Suma sumarum - if they’re doing it willingly it’s their lives and their decisions. Who am I to tell them otherwise.

My thoughts, enjoy your conversation.

Up next: porn stars from Russia? hookers from Russia? escorts from Russia? Do they realize?

Hello Alli. To be frank, i dont take sluts, porn actresses, strippers, escorts into account since they are professionals. It’s their job and their bread. I think they realize everything correctly. We’re talking about open minded non-professionals that are temporarily engaged in the VHTV.

That’s what you take from it? The last part that was meant as a joke? Damn, I forgot the emoji, my bad :slightly_smiling_face:

:grinning::relaxed: Ok, i got it.

I hear you, but that’s vhtv’s job to stop the spread as much as possible. Let me know how many of the Sveta files you can find today. Might want to use a burner computer in the search.

Well duh I say they do care. Think about the pathetic views of all the bathrooms and how most toilets are even in another part of the place

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I do not know about everyone else but the Archive is what brought me from RLC to VHTV, I do not have hours and hours to sit and watch my screen for something to maybe occur. I do not know this but maybe VHTV isn’t available in the home countries of the participants? If that is the case then it would be very unlikely anyone would recognize them, if that isn’t the case it is probably like any other professional working in the adult industry, understanding what comes with the territory.

Hello, Parlay🙂. Yes, the site is unavailable for visitors from their countries, but nowadays everybody uses vpn services which means that anyone from any place could visit VHTV.

Hi Derick,

Possible. I have a VPN but rarely use it as it slows everything down. Nobody knows I guess but if they ever take archives away, might only be me but my renewals would certainly stop. :man_shrugging: Actually that might not be a bad thing! :rofl:

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The archive is a big value add. Let’s not fall into the trap of blaming the site or the participants, it’s the people who choose to act irrationally that are to blame. Plenty of people go on regular TV and end up getting stalked, or even for writing an article on a newspaper’s site. Because it’s sexual in nature, perhaps it’s a slightly higher risk but as long as they keep locations secret and perhaps lay low on social media, that risk is minimised. I’d say being traced to your VK or whatever is completely down to the participant. Perhaps they need more education on this.

The thing that concerns me is the participants accidentally leaking info about themselves. There have been cases where parcels have been visible on cam and their addresses clear enough to read. Regardless of our personal views on the archive we should all report that sort of thing to protect the people we’re viewing.

My two cents worth - apparently, according to some of the FAQs from VHTV, the participants are more than aware of what they are doing, and this is borne out from things I’ve observed in different apartments - the cameras are openly visible, even to us, and I have seen Katia actually point them out to guests who, in turn, walk up to them and peer at them (I guess they think they’ll see us watching or something). Others seem to shift positions while having sex so that viewers watching the different cameras will get a good view (I’m thinking of Bono and Isabelle, Amelie and Lucas, Kristy and Timothy, Otto and Lola in particular), and others actually look directly at the cameras momentarily and flash a smile or other gesture to show us they know someone is watching. And then there are the ones who put on live shows for Chaturbate and other such sites. Such behavior does not indicate to me any concern about privacy. And as has been noted, the archived videos are in fact available on other porn sites (which is how I learned about VHTV). And if by “CIS countries” you mean Russia, where most of these participants apparently live, you’ve got to be kidding that people are hostile to sex sites - outside of the USA, Russia is the No. 1 source of nearly every type of pornography on the Internet. In fact, I followed the link someone gave for Sveta and she looked very familiar - very much like someone I have seen in professional videos on other porn sites. So, this is a bit of a longwinded answer, but no, I doubt that the participants are as concerned about being found out as some of you are. And if you were really that concerned about it, then why are you here?