Thursday, 15 July 2021

Expose big porn

"Over the past 20 years, a vast, global pornography industry has sprung up online. This commercial behemoth dwarfs its print predecessor in every way - in scale, profitability and extremity - making old fashioned porn mags seem almost quaint by comparison. However, unlike other global industries, online pornography has avoided virtually all regulation, scrutiny and accountability, which has allowed it to pursue profit without restraint.

Make no mistake, the online porn industry is neither naive nor neutral. Free from oversight, it has monetised videos of rape, abuse and other non-consensual sex acts, failing victims and survivors who call for help. Always at the forefront of tech advancement, the porn industry has designed its sites to ensure that vast numbers of visitors stay for as long as possible and return again and again - even if they are child"

Did you know that one big, powerful company that you've probably never heard of (but which receives more web traffic than Twitter, Instagram, Netflix, Zoom, Pinterest, and LinkedIn combined) has a virtual monopoly on the billions of pounds of profit being generated from 24/7 exploitation?

Read the full report and what can be done here: