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This is Part 2 of the interview; Part 1 centered around the Tiger Woods sex scandal and the role of porn in male sexual socialization.

JK: Your media scholarship comes out of a cultural studies tradition that examines the role of mass media along the communication "chain" from production to consumption.

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Feminist perspectives critical of the pornography industry rarely get any air time in the corporate media, much less a thoughtful hearing.

They are mainstream." You Tube, which is owned by Google, also makes a profit from these tutorials — despite their illegal content.

The report found that "roughly 38 percent of the video tutorials for the best-known RATs had advertisements running alongside the videos." Google gets most of the revenue from the ads, with a portion going to whoever posts the videos, based on views.

As the process of remotely hijacking a computer becomes easier (and cheaper) to carry out, it has risen in popularity, according to the report.

You Tube accounts with names like Sausarge and The Bro Bro have uploaded dozens of videos, contributing to the thousands of tutorials the report says are uploaded annually to guide anyone willing to listen on how to hijack a computer.

While some feature just a run-through of the methods, most include a few seconds sample of footage they have recorded off a webcam — often a shot of young girl in her pajamas, or a teen playing with her hair while staring into her webcam.

The hackers who do this use a remote administration tool (RAT) and are called "ratters." The method is so simple that a 7-minute You Tube video can teach anyone with the most basic computer skills how to purchase and use the software, the Digital Citizens Alliance said.

SAN FRANCISCO — Hackers are uploading videos to You Tube showing people how to break into computers remotely — making money not only from selling hacking tools but also from Google Ads that run alongside the videos, according to a report published Wednesday by Digital Citizens Alliance, a Washington, DC-based NGO.