Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Judge rules Visa facilitated child porn - Pornhub

Visa facilitated child pornography being distributed by providing payment services to Pornhub and other sites operated by parent company MindGeek, a judge has ruled. A judge denied Visa's request to be dismissed from a case where 34 women who said that Pornhub had hosted videos of them being sexually assaulted or abused as children without their consent. The judge found that 'Visa knew that MindGeek's websites were teeming with monetized child porn.' Billionaire Bill Ackman slammed Visa for failing to ban payments to the site.
A Visa spokesman responded ... 'Visa condemns sex trafficking, sexual exploitation, and child sexual abuse materials as repugnant to our values and purpose as a company.'

Montreal-based MindGeek owns more than 100 pornographic sites, including Pornhub, RedTube, Tube8 and YouPorn, and sees some 3.5 billion visits each month. The porn merchant has faced backlash since the New York Times published an article in December 2020 which accused Pornhub of posting illegal content. 'Why does Canada host a company that inflicts rape videos on the world?,' wrote a Times columnist.
Charles Nakoff Jr., 34, was arrested in July 2020 along with his wife on multiple child pornography-related charges. He was originally charged with transportation of child pornography, receipt of visual depictions of real minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct, and possession of child pornography. Prosecutors said the sick basterd had “approximately 1,492 video files depicting child exploitation..."

That would be 30 years in the Federal Pen without parole for this subhuman garbage and good riddance. Visa claimes the people who posted the victims’ underage images and made money caused harm, not gasp, Visa for rewarding the basterds.
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