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PORNHUB could face a cash crisis after Visa announced it will no longer handle the website's ad payments. 

Visa is currently facing a court case over claims it enabled Pornhub to profit from child porn and non-consensual images. 

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The card company is now refusing to accept payments for the adult website’s ad wing TrafficJunky.


This follows an earlier suspension on card payments to Pornhub after it was found that illegal videos were being circulated on the website. 

Pornhub’s parent company MindGeek is being sued along with Visa by a woman who claims in 2014, when she was 13, a former boyfriend shared an explicit video of her to Pornhub where it gained 400,000 views. 

The video was removed by informing MindGeek that “the video qualified as child pornography,” however, it was re-uploaded “several times” with one upload having over 2million views. 

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The woman’s lawyers say her life “spiraled out of control” as a result, with her becoming suicidal and addicted to heroin. 

The suit alleges that MindGeek earned ad revenue and “profited” from the videos and Visa played a role as it processes payments for the company. 

In a statement, Visa’s CEO Alfred Kelly Jr said the company’s role had been “mischaracterized” and said the allegations are “repugnant.”

“Let me be clear: Visa condemns sex trafficking, sexual exploitation, and child sexual abuse. It is illegal, and Visa does not permit the use of our network for illegal activity,” he said. 

“Our rules explicitly and unequivocally prohibit the use of our products to pay for content that depicts nonconsensual sexual behavior or child sexual abuse.”

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Floyd County High Schools Launch GoFan for Online Ticket Sales

All Floyd County high school athletic event tickets will be sold as general admission and PURCHASED ONLINE ONLY through their ticket provider, GoFan.  Fans can access the tickets via the GoFan app, or via the GoFan website.

Fans can access the tickets for Armuchee High, Coosa High, Model High, and Pepperell High via the GoFan app, or via the GoFan website here.


There will be no in-person ticket sales at the high school campuses during the week. However, there will be QR codes at the game sites for spectators to access through their smartphones, as well as credit card readers, to purchase tickets at the athletic event ticket gates.

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