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PornHub deleted millions of videos for child abuse-News World

 The world's largest adult content site, PornHub, will no longer allow video uploads, except for contracted content producers and approved models. All videos of unknown origin were removed from the platform.



Pornhub, the world's largest adult content video site, has removed millions of videos it contains. The trigger for this move of the site was the suspension of Mastercard and Visa payments to the site.


Mastercard and Visa recently announced that they have suspended the process of making payments to Pornhub via their own cards. The reason why these two giant companies made this move was the videos uploaded by unapproved users to Pornhub, the world's largest adult content video site.


These criticisms of Pornhub actually existed for a long time. However, what ignited the events was a news published in the New York Times. In the news, it was stated that there were videos of non-adult children on Pornhub.


UNCONFIRMED VIDEOS ARE DELETED

After these events, the company started to remove millions of videos uploaded by unconfirmed users. It was also stated in the announcement that video uploading would be limited to approved users. According to the news in The Verge, only official content partners and members of the Pornhub Model Program will be able to upload videos from now on.


According to The Verge's report from Motherboard, Pornhub has removed 8.8 million videos so far. It was stated that there were 13.5 million videos on the site until Sunday evening, and this number decreased to 4.7 million as of Monday.


HOW DOES PORNHUB WORK?

Pornhub also has a revenue system similar to YouTube. Users create their own channels, upload their own videos and earn revenue from the ads in the video. These videos make up an important part of the content on the site.


The coming years will show whether Pornhub, which took action after the service interruption of Mastercard and Visa, which took action with the news published in the New York Times, will make its policy that only approved accounts can upload videos from now on. (Webtechno)

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