Bumble is devotedly working to combat the unsolicited sending of sexual images – a form of online sexual harassment known as “cyberflashing.”
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation is pleased to give the Dignity Defense Award to Uber and Lyft, two ride-sharing companies who have stepped up as industry leaders in the fight against sexual violence.
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XTube’s announced shutdown is more evidence that MindGeek’s exploitation empire is crumbling.
Wish, the retail shopping website, no longer wants their brand to be associated with MindGeek and its advertising agency, TrafficJunky.
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), along with a group of 104 survivors and advocates from 13 countries, have sent a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai requesting that the company “improve its search engine policies to no longer promote access to sexual violence, incest, racist or other abusive pornography.”
Did you know that mainstream companies you interact with every day may be facilitating sexual exploitation, or leaving children vulnerable to abuse or graphic content?
MindGeek, the parent company of online pornography website Pornhub, continued to face scrutiny for its role in facilitating—and profiting from—child sexual abuse and exploitation as