Judge denies majority of Pornhub’s bid to toss child porn suit

Judge denies majority of Pornhub’s bid to toss child porn suit


A California judge ruled Friday that the majority of a teen’s child pornography and sex-trafficking suit against embattled X-rated purveyor Pornhub can move forward.

The teenager filed suit anonymously under the name Jane Doe in February, alleging that Pornhub and its parent company MindGeek profited off of the videos taken of her when she was just 16.

Her ex-boyfriend posted the videos to Pornhub and another MindGeek site, RedTube, in Dec. 2019, with one of the videos featured on the latter site’s front page receiving 30,000 views, her suit said.

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MindGeek — which has been sued by dozens of other alleged victims — asked a judge to toss the suit claiming immunity since it didn’t create or post the video.

California federal Judge Cormac Carney found that the victim sufficiently alleged that MindGeek, in fact, did act as a content-creator — a legal distinction that wouldn’t allow them to claim immunity in the case —

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