Youtube is a fantastic medium that self-censors amazingly well - what, I hope, people understand is that this is one situation and a minority out of the majority of users that post non-pornographic content and follow the rules.
I rather have kids watch porn than violence.
So it seems to me that their intent was to get children to look at pornographic materials.
Tiya, Miami, Fl I understand their motives.
Now this second characteristic I believe will make it close to impossible for YouTube to have trained people sit down and scan every video uploaded.
And serious censorship at that - with people using this incident as an excuse to begin censoring video's not suitable for children.