I'm curious about what the definition of obnoxious and inappropriate is on YT.Yeah, the kid's MOTHER should handle this either alone, or she and step-dad do it together. I would hope the mother agrees with step-dad.
TiVo can hide the apps from showing, might be something Dish can consider for use in situations like the OP's. The sad thing is that filtering, hiding tech can only do so much because it really is a matter of the children--no matter how old--abiding by their parents decisions. I agree, the piont isn't that he watches the stuff (we know he will anyway, presuming he is a teen ager), it is that the parent(s) don't want that stuff airing in the public portions of the house where other people may be, and the parents, presumably, don't want to see or hear it, either.
I agree with HipKat. I was curious so I searched for nude yoga on YouTube, and the first things that came up were really explicit (I was quite surprised). You need to have a YouTube/Google account for the videos to play (so they can verify your age).
Huh? What search words did you use? Is it possible my Sony TV is censoring?Really?? I have to stand corrected, I just searched for it and the 1st video is way graphic!