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Visa and the Victims of Pornhub: New Lawsuit Could Bring Greater Accountability to the Industry

Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by Michie, Aug 15, 2022.

  1. Michie

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    A breakthrough case forcing credit-card company to address explicit content involving minors is shedding light on the volatile world of online pornography.

    WASHINGTON — Visa’s work with one of the largest distributors of pornography has come under scrutiny due to the alleged monetization of illegal content exploiting minors.

    Advocates for victims of the pornography industry are calling a legal case against Pornhub’s parent company, MindGeek, and Visa a “breakthrough” after a California judge decided that Visa could not be dismissed from the lawsuit over the monetization of a video showing a non-consenting minor. The lawsuit was brought by Serena Fleites, a young woman who, at the age of 13, was pressured by her then-boyfriend into making a sexually explicit video, which was then uploaded to the site without her knowledge or consent and continued to appear on Pornhub through reuploading despite her attempts to get it removed.

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    Visa and the Victims of Pornhub: New Lawsuit Could Bring Greater Accountability to the Industry