Lol. Seriously, depending on where you live, getting caught simply viewing your um, youtube videos might vary from a warning/fine, to varying levels of criminal sexual behavior, especially if kids are around (“kid” < 18-21 years old). That means, again depending on your area, your face on a nice state-sanctioned website, perhaps a custom license plate, having to register every time you move or go on vacation, being prevented from having certain jobs (even fast food jobs–you might work with a minor!), and being rounded up in the first batch of people when the Illuminati get around to their extermination plan. (I couldn’t help but throw that in.)
People in some places get to enjoy this fun because a cop saw their car parked by the side of a dirt road during a 30 second emergency piss stop in the middle of nowhere at night with nobody else around. (A family friend found this out the hard way.) As the general consensus is that there’s not really a good reason to watch um, youtube videos in a library (or other public places), the chances of winning over a jury are probably nil. Add in the fact that such “crimes” get put in the criminal sexual column for prosecutors and judges, and those folks like looking tough on these types of crimes, leniency is probably going to be minimal. And really, going to prison because you looked up um, youtube videos pretty much guarantees you’re going to have a new boyfriend, whether you want one or not.
At the very least, check your local/state laws, it might save your ass…literally.