Spam on YouTube

First we had old fashion email spam (I even had to enable Spam Assassin on my Dreamhost account due to the huge amount of “unsolicited messages” received in these last months).
Then comments spam on blogs, spam on forums threads, spam through online forms and even referrer spam in the statistics logs.
The new trend, as I discovered during the last week, is spam directly in the YouTube inbox… and wait! In the videos too!
Next? Flickr?