In a video titled: "Shots Fired in the Media War! Corbett Report Hit!", conspiracy theorist James Corbett claims that a video of his was age restrict as part of some plot against him by Google (owners of YouTube), saying in the description: And in the video: This is false. The video in question, WE NEED TO STOP NORMALIZING THIS, is a bit of a ramble about how the New World Order is going to use sex robots to emasculate men, but the reason it is age restricted is because it contains an image of partially naked sex dolls posed in sexual situations. Here's the image, which I've censored for display: Full image can be seen by clicking here. One might argue about finding the image personally offensive or not, but one can't argue that it doesn't breach YouTube's community guidelines. One certainly can't argue that it's just "a guy talking to a camera". Why am I debunking this trivial sounding claim? Corbett is a promoter of classical conspiracy theories, and now he's trying to start one of his own. Casting doubt on Google's content policing is a way of promoting his own content as legitimate. His claim here is part of laying a general foundation of distrust where he can play the hero against the villains of Google and Youtube. So allowing claims like this to go unchecked is allowing a subtle boost in credibility for all his other videos. That's a boost they do not deserve, and one built upon false pretences.