Pornhub Parent Company Changes Name to Aylo To Hide Child Abuse Allegations


The company’s sale — and now the name change — comes after it was the target of lawsuits accusing it of profiting from child pornography and nonconsensual sex videos. MindGeek has said the allegations lack merit. Last year, Visa and Mastercard both cut off payment processing to the advertising division that sells ads on Pornhub, after a federal court rejected Visa’s request to be removed from a case in which MindGeek was being sued for allegedly distributing child pornography. Meanwhile, YouTube and Instagram have suspended Pornhub’s accounts on their respective platforms, citing policy violations.



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