'Our job was to find weird excuses not to remove them': PornHub moderators, who watched 1,200 videos A DAY, reveal lenient guidelines at the site being sued for $80m for 'profiting from sex trafficking'

'Our job was to find weird excuses not to remove them': PornHub moderators, who watched 1,200 videos A DAY, reveal lenient guidelines at the site being sued for $80m for 'profiting from sex trafficking'

Daily Mail·2020-12-19 01:01

Former PornHub moderators have lifted the lid on life at the world's largest online adult entertainment website, currently being sued for $80million over alleged 'sex trafficking'.

Workers at MindGeek, PornHub's parent company based in Montreal, Canada, would allegedly watch up to 1,200 videos a day, spending hours categorizing and tagging sex acts and fetishes as well as reviewing 'suspicious' content, from puppies being kicked to death, to child abuse, rape and incest. 

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