Videos Of Women Walking On OSU’s Campus Found On Porn Site

Oregon State University released an alert to students on Thursday, June 6 about someone recording “unsolicited videos” of women walking around on campus, which were then posted to a porn website. 

The individual recording the videos is described as using a cell phone mounted on a silver and blue mountain bike. The alert specified that “all of the subjects were photographed from behind,” and that “there are no recognizable face images or names associated with the videos.” 

There were around 50 videos posted to the site, but by the morning of Friday, June 7, all of them had been deleted. Oregon State Police and OSU’s Department of Public Safety are currently investigating. 

Steve Clark, OSU’s Vice President of Relations and Marketing, explained to reporters the university’s policy for this kind of behavior.  

“It’s not our policy or practice to demand content be removed from social media and websites, unless we think it’s illegal,” Clark told NBC News, “In this case, I would not have thought to request removal. While this is creepy, it’s not illegal.” 

By Ian MacRonald