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Porn Has No Place on Public Transportation

National Center on Sexual Exploitation Urges Carnival to Reject Porn Company’s Offer to Give Passengers Free Porn Washington, DC (February 11, 2020) –The National Center on Sexual Exploitation urged Carnival Corporations to reject porn company, CamSoda’s, offer to give free porn to passengers being quarantined due to the coronavirus. “Pornography has no place on any…

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A Third Case of Child Abuse Showed up on This Mainstream Porn Site

Excerpt from The Sun A fourth-grade Catholic school teacher will spend nearly seven years behind bars for filming herself raping a teenage girl and then uploading the videos to a porn website. Dawn Giannini recorded several videos of herself sleeping with a girl – who is also a relative of hers – when the girl…

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TikTok Safety Tools Are Turning Off After 30 Days and Putting Kids in Danger

With more than 500 million active users worldwide, TikTok is a social media video app for creating and sharing short videos and the app is well known for being popular with minors. TikTok has been placed on the 2020 Dirty Dozen List due to lack of moderation and insufficient safety controls, which put minors at risk of exposure…

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Is Visa Processing Payments for Sex Trafficking Porn Videos? It’s Likely.

The credit card company, Visa, is partnering with the pornography industry by processing payments for pornography with themes of sexual violence, racism, and incest – and sometimes even videos of real-life sex trafficking victims. It is impossible for the pornography industry to judge from the content of a video or image whether force, fraud, psychological…

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VICTORY: United Airlines Removed from Dirty Dozen List, Agrees to Train Crews to Stop In-Flight Porn Use

Your voice matters! With hundreds of messages flooding into United Airlines’ Customer Service line this past year while the corporation—which employs over 85,000 people worldwide and flies over 150 million customers a year—was listed on the 2019 Dirty Dozen List, United has now stepped up to combat in-flight sexual harassment and pornography use with improved training for…

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The Visa Credit Card is Partnering with the Porn Industry

The credit card company, Visa, is partnering with the pornography industry by processing payments for pornography with themes of sexual violence, racism, incest, and the fetishization of minors. By doing so, Visa is supporting and normalizing the pornography industry, despite its sexually exploitive nature including harm to performers, sex trafficking victims, and even large scale public…

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This Popular Shopping App is Encouraging “Revenge Porn” and Stalking – Take Action

Wish is a retail shopping website and it is currently the #2 most popular shopping app. Unfortunately, Wish is engaged in unethical business practices by facilitating the sale of sex dolls, misogynistic apparel, and even spycams that are marketed as being useful for filming women nude without their consent. Of course, any webcam or nanny…

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Kumail Nanjiani and Conan O'Brien discuss Kumail Nanjiani being featured on Pornhub and getting a free 10-year subscription to Pornhub Premium

Pornhub and Free Porn Are Neither “Good” Nor “Nice”

In a video uploaded to the YouTube channel for Team CoCo on January 28, 2020, actor and activist Kumail Nanjiani bragged and joked at length about the free 10-year subscription to Pornhub Premium that he received from the MindGeek-owned pornography site after images of the muscular physique he developed for his role as Kingo in the…

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National Review: The Case for Wielding Obscenity Laws Against Online Pornography

Originally published at National Review By Zachary Evans In the midst of a debate among conservatives about whether, and to what extent, the government should curtail online pornography, Professor Robert P. George of Princeton [in January 2020] urged the Justice Department and U.S. Attorney General William Barr to enforce existing obscenity laws as a means…

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Will YouTube’s COPPA Improvements Address Pedophile Comments on Kids’ Videos?

YouTube has long been criticized by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation for its inefficient efforts to remove sexually graphic and grooming material. In 2019, NCOSE researched claims of pedophile rings, child erotica, and child exploitation on YouTube and found alarming results confirming the original reports and continued use of the platform for exploitive purposes. Learn more…

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