Dozens of women sue Pornhub – alleging explicit videos were uploaded without their consent

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  • Sky News published this video item, entitled “Dozens of women sue Pornhub – alleging explicit videos were uploaded without their consent” – below is their description.

    Two women have told Sky News they were left feeling ashamed and suicidal after explicit videos of them were posted on the world’s biggest online porn website – they claim without their consent.

    In a legal case filed in the US, more than 30 women have accused MindGeek, the parent company of Pornhub, of profiting from non-consensual sex videos.

    Their lawyer says the women are suing for damages which could amount to “hundreds of millions of dollars” if successful, and he believes it is a moment of reckoning for the online porn industry.

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