Pornhub streamlines revenge porn reporting process

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Christopher Klimovski
October 14, 2015 3:25 AM
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Pornhub streamlines revenge porn reporting process

Pornhub has introduced a new online form (NSFW) that will help identify and remove nonconsensual revenge porn from the site. In the past, victims could only send through removal requests via email, but the new process hopes to cut out all the red tape people had to go through in the past. The company's vice president Corey Price said: "It is vital that we continue to make our community feel safe. We want all Pornhub users to know that this new reporting process is for their security and peace of mind first and foremost." Most US states have already set laws against this type of porn, with California being the first state to convict someone running a revenge porn site. The essence of the online form is to act quickly before the video goes viral, because once that happens, it's nearly impossible to remove all traces of it.

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Pornhub streamlines revenge porn reporting process