That makes it the fifth most complained-about show of 2010.Two items in particular caused controversy, one a discussion on sex toys.In top spot, with 2,093 complaints, was its main news output, which was especially criticised for the emotional outburst by political editor Adam Boulton to Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell.Sky News's Afternoon Live segment came second, attracting 891 complaints, many after host Kay Burley brought singer Peter Andre to tears in an interview, while the election Leaders' Debate was third with 674 complaints, many about Mr Boulton's display as moderator.The former Gardeners' World presenter's afternoon chat show on ITV1, The Alan Titchmarsh Show, has attracted 301 complaints so far this year, according to media regulator Ofcom.They complained it was inappropriate for the former Gardeners' world presenter to promote sex aids on a pre-watershed programme.The website was named after its creator, Google employee Orkut Büyükkökten.
In several cases the police have been investigating, small children in the Philippines were sexually abused in front of camera on order from Norway.
The chants, customary after Friday services in the Iranian capital, reflect the challenges facing President Hassan Rouhani as he tries to build on the groundbreaking exchanges with Washington that included a last week with President Barack Obama - a gesture aimed at ending three decades of estrangement between the two countries.
Rouhani's overtures have been hailed by both Iranian reformists and the country's conservative clerical leadership.
According to Norwegian police, the perpetrators use streaming to promote the sale of adult sex shows.
The same technique, however, is used for the sexual abuse of children.