More than 30 women sue pornhub accusing the site of not seeking their consent before publishing explicit videos

More than 30 women sue pornhub accusing the site of not seeking their consent before publishing explicit videos



More than 30 women have sued pornographic content company, Pornhub, alleging exploitation for using their explicit videos without seeking their permission.


The women say the videos were uploaded to Pornhub without their consent and have lodged a civil suit in California accusing Mindgeek, the parent company of Pornhub of running a "criminal enterprise".


Pornhub's content is mostly uploaded by its own community but the public can see it. However, the company has said every video uploaded is reviewed by human moderators.


Brown Rudnick LLP, the law firm representing the plaintiffs, says the lawsuit alleges claims under the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000.Latest Post
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