Bang Bros-PornWikiLeaks: porn in defense of porn

The Bang Bros network of adult portals has bought PornWikiLeaks, a site with uncomfortable and defamatory information regarding actors from the hard world.

Bang Bros network against PornWikiLeaks

A pile of hard drives on the ground, gasoline, a lighter. It is not difficult to imagine what will happen shortly thereafter. To symbolically burn the archive of PornWikiLeaks, a portal that until a few days ago has collected and publicly shared personal information about thousands of actors and protagonists of the hard world. The domain was bought by Bang Bros, a network known to those who frequent the XXX sites, with the sole aim of putting it offline.

Bang Bros buys PornWikiLeaks (and destroys it)

The porn in defense of porn, in fact. A move to protect those who legitimately, although willing to undress in front of the camera, want to keep the veil of anonymity to protect their real identity and those around them in their private lives. On the homepage a message explaining the reason for the initiative.

It opens with a reference to a concept that, although it should now be taken for granted, someone still cannot make it their own. A dynamic that is not too far removed from what makes revenge porn. A modern plague to be eradicated: once shared, information as well as content, can hardly be eliminated from the great Net.

In today’s world, as we know, once something is on the Internet it is forever. For too long this site has unfortunately been a source of hatred, lies and sensitive information. Many of us have seen their real names end up online, available to everyone. The identities of over 15,000 actors have been listed. In some cases also telephone numbers, addresses and names of family members.

The PornWikiLeaks forum, according to law, contained about 300,000 posts. We learn from Wikipedia that part of the information shared originates from the leak of a medical database (with medical records related to subjects suffering from sexually transmitted diseases), the result of a violation perpetrated against the Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation.

Bang Bros has had enough. We bought the site with the intention of putting it offline and removing all associated information. There is nothing more. You won’t have to do anything to remove the information from there. We simply don’t want them to be reachable by anyone. Yes, it’s so simple. Turning off the site does not eliminate any possible reference to real names from the Internet and will not make it more difficult to find these contents. That said, a forum with 300,000 posts, most of them full of hatred and negativity, has just disappeared.

Bang Bros has acquired the domain and promises that the page will never host anything else but the message we are reproducing here in translated form.

If there ever was anything concerning you, we removed it forever from here. Now Bang Bros owns the domain. Nothing will be put online any more than the page you are viewing now. So you won’t have to worry about an online return.

The statement closes with an appeal for cohesion, cooperation and innovation. Because yes, even in the XXX world it is possible to talk about innovation.

The industry has gone through several difficult times, but in the end we can rely on each other more than we think. Of course, there are competitors, even Bang Bros has them, but creating enemies does not make us a more solid company. Take care of others and innovate instead. This time our innovation is to make the Internet a little better for all of us.

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Jiya Saini
Jiya Saini is a Journalist and Writer at Revyuh.com. She has been working with us since January 2018. After studying at Jamia Millia University, she is fascinated by smart lifestyle and smart living. She covers technology, games, sports and smart living, as well as good experience in press relations. She is also a freelance trainer for macOS and iOS, and In the past, she has worked with various online news magazines in India and Singapore. Email: jiya (at) revyuh (dot) com

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