Following Pornhub Lawsuit, Porn Sites Are Deleting Girls Do Porn Videos

Harin - Dec 18, 2020


Following Pornhub Lawsuit, Porn Sites Are Deleting Girls Do Porn Videos

After Pornhub lawsuit, some of the biggest porn sites in the world are deleting videos from sex-trafficking ring Girls Do Porn.

After 40 victims sued Pornhub and asked for $1 million each, some of the biggest porn sites in the world are deleting videos from sex-trafficking ring Girls Do Porn.

Like Pornhub, Xvideos.com, a famous porn site, also allows anyone to upload porn videos. And in the past 48 hours, the site has taken down most of the Girls Do Porn videos that are easy to find from its platform. Internet traffic tracking website Alexa reports that, in the last 90 days, Xvideos ranks 94th in the list of most popular websites globally.

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Before this change, videos from Girls do Porn regularly appeared right on the homepage of the site.

Before this change, videos from Girls do Porn regularly appeared right on the homepage of the site. And over the last few years, they gathered millions of views. When searching for the term “Girls Do Porn,” 400,000 results came out. However, not all of them were from Girls Do Porn. At the moment, when searching on Xvideos for “Girls Do Porn”, the site doesn’t return any videos.

However, a few videos from Girls Do Porn can still be found with different search terms or even via the site’s recommendations.

XNXX.com which is from the same company as Xvideos, also removed Girls Do Porn videos.

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A few videos from Girls Do Porn can still be found with different search terms or even via the site’s recommendations.

Another porn site known as Spankbang.com has also taken down these videos in the last two days. When putting the term into the search bar, no results would come out. To moderate content, many sites use the disabling certain search term method. And this is used by Pornhub as well as other porn sites for the Girls Do Porn term and terms like deep fakes.

These videos of Girls Do Porn could still be found on these sites even after Pornhub began to remove them from its site this year. It was only after 40 women filed a lawsuit against Pornhub did these sites finally start taking those videos down.

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