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Pornhub bans downloads; non-verified user uploads and more amid claims the site profits off of rape and brutal videos

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The world’s biggest porn site is finding itself in the midst of some very interesting allegations that apparently are very real and very true. So much true that it’s worth noting here that Pornhub previously denied the allegations on a large scale in an hasty e-mail exchange with The Daily News no less than a week ago.

Now Pornhub has announced that as a result of the trafficking allegations against the site a series of changes are being ushered onto the site. Those changes, however, likely will spell doom for the website as it will stifle parts of the website that have made it so successful today.

Pornhub claims that the shift came from a meeting that took place in April, but, in recent weeks the company has experienced increased criticism over its failure to act on the illegal and stolen content on its platform. Notably, the site will now require people to be subscribed to paid models in order to even download at all. Verification systems will apparently be in place that will require people to have vetted profiles or they can’t upload at all.

The latter likely will help further clamp down on stolen content from sites like Onlyfans.com where people use the screen record function on their phones to steal subscription content. No word on whether or not users will be automatically deleted for uploading content that doesn’t match their verification documents.


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