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  2. LiveLeak, the internet’s font of gore and violence, has shut down

    LiveLeak, a website best known for hosting violence and gory footage that mainstream sites wouldn’t touch, has shut down after fifteen years in operation.

  3. ItemFix - Social Video Factory

    ItemFix - Social Video Factory. Dear Liveleak Visitor - Welcome to ItemFix. Click here to find out how you got here.

  4. Finally, on May 5, 2021, the LiveLeak website was closed down. Wrapping up. LiveLeak might have been controversial, but it has left behind a big legacy.

  5. LiveLeak - Wikipedia

    LiveLeak was a British video sharing website, headquartered in London. The site was founded on 31 October 2006, in part by the team behind the shock site which closed on the same day. LiveLeak aimed to freely host real footage of politics, war, and many other world events and to encourage and foster a culture of citizen journalism.

  6. Featured - LiveLeak

    Featured - LiveLeak


    LiveGore is a reality news website which reports on real life events which are of the interest to the public. Includes videos relating to true crime that have been taken from across the world. Due to the graphic nature of materials found on Live Gore, access is restricted to adults only (18+). !!

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  9. Liveleak is a popular site, which offers videos streaming for uncensored and morbid content. There are various sites like LiveLeak which offers the same. Liveleak is a popular site, which offers videos and live streaming options for free of cost for any sort of morbid content.

  10. Liveleak Alternatives | 11 Working Sites Like LiveLeak - JGuru

    Liveleak Alternatives: Guide + List Of Working Sites. Liveleak was launched in 2006; the site was a hub for gruesome and disgustingly graphic videos. Censorship was an alien concept on this site. All the videos were raw footage uploaded by different users across the globe.

  11. liveleak

    LiveLeak has been a mainstay of internet culture for many years, its name synonymous with footage of murder, terrorism, and everyday incidents of crime and violence. This research examines a video sharing web site called LiveLeak to be able to analyze the possibilities of democratic and horizontal social mobilization via Internet technology.