Judge Finds Visa “Intended to Help” Pornhub Profit from Child Porn

Last week, a federal judge ruled that Visa helped Pornhub “monetize child porn” and sex trafficking.

The court denied Visa’s motion to be dismissed from a case against them and Pornhub’s parent company, MindGeek, which alleges that Visa engaged in a criminal conspiracy with MindGeek to monetize child sexual exploitation material (CSEM)—commonly known as and legally defined as “child pornography.”

The court stated there was enough evidence to show the company “knowingly provid[ed] the tool used to complete the crime” of distributing CSEM, ruling that the civil case must proceed.

The case, Serena Fleites v. MindGeek S.A.R.L. et al., is Docket

Read the full article at fightthenewdrug.org

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