YouTube removes Pornhub’s channel because of’multiple violations.

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YouTube has taken PornHub’s official YouTube channel down because of “multiple violations” to its community guidelines. Variety Reporter. Pornhub’s YouTube channel, which was first launched in 2014, had 900,000. Subscribers, but now it doesn’t appear in YouTube search. The URL also shows a 404 error.

YouTube stated that Pornhub had violated its policy against linking with sites that host content that is not permitted on YouTube. A spokesperson for Pornhub said that the channel Pornhub Official was terminated after reviewing multiple violations of our community guidelines. “We enforce our policies equally for all, and channels that violate or are dedicated towards violative content are removed.”

MindGeek, Pornhub’s parent company, said it “vehemently denied YouTubes claims it linked out with porn sites.” “Pornhub maintains the absolute best trust and safety measures on the internet and takes special care to ensure it does not violate any of YouTube’s Community Guidelines,” a spokesperson said in a statement. “Unfortunately, this discrimination against adult industry workers is the latest in a long line of examples.”

Friday was the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), an anti-pornography group. wrote on its blog It had flagged content it felt violated YouTube policies. YouTube informed NCOSE, after reviewing the content, that it had removed the channel due to violations of their Community Guidelines. MindGeek stated that performers and sex workers were marginalized groups, and called YouTube’s “haphazard enforcement… harmful and harmful”.

Mastercard and Visa cut off payments Pornhub in 2020. Mastercard said at the time it had discovered illegal content on the site. Visa was removed from a lawsuit by a federal judge. MindGeek had accused Visa of aiding in the monetization of child pornography. In September, Instagram banned Pornhub permanentlyAdditionally, they were cited for violating community guidelines.

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