Pornhub Parent Company’s CEO, COO Quit as Scrutiny Builds Over Alleged ‘Non-consensual Content’ – IOTW Report

Pornhub Parent Company’s CEO, COO Quit as Scrutiny Builds Over Alleged ‘Non-consensual Content’

WSJ: Two top executives at the parent company of major pornography site Pornhub have resigned, the company said Tuesday, amid scrutiny of alleged nonconsensual sexually explicit videos hosted on the site.

MindGeek Chief Executive Feras Antoon and Chief Operating Officer David Tassillo are leaving, the privately held company said in a statement. The leadership changes have been in the works since early 2022, MindGeek said. Messrs. Antoon and Tassillo will remain shareholders, the company said.

Investigations by several news organizations, including the New Yorker earlier this month, reported that Pornhub, one of the world’s most popular pornography sites, allegedly hosted videos that included nonconsensual and underage sex. The Wall Street Journal hasn’t independently verified the accusations in those articles.  more

SNIP: Doesn’t Hunter Biden have accounts there?

7 Comments on Pornhub Parent Company’s CEO, COO Quit as Scrutiny Builds Over Alleged ‘Non-consensual Content’

  1. They made “non-consensual” videos? And posted them on their own site?

    Oh. They hired somebody to make “non-consensual” videos? And posted them on their own site?

    No. Just more feminists (who claim to not be trannies) screeching? Sounds familiar.

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  2. Journalists have investigated these accusations hundreds of times, but usually no more than about 90 seconds each time.

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  3. @nunyo bidness June 23, 2022 at 7:35 am

    > how many non-consensual videos were made with trafficked kids, etc.

    And posted on a very public site? A yuge site? For free?

    Lemme run the numbers… that would be none.

    (But, if it saves, just one, even imaginary, childern, I’ll agree with Bill Gates. That we all need to die.)

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