YouTube, Verizon Listed on 'Dirty Dozen' Porn List
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation is determined to help end the effects of pornography on communities and families.
One way they do that is by publishing a yearly "Dirty Dozen List" that publicly lists 12 companies, groups, or events linked to sexual exploitation.
"Despite the incontrovertible evidence of harm, many companies and organizations still choose to add to this pandemic in order to make a profit or push an agenda," NCSE states on their website, EndSexualExploitation.org. "We will not let them get away with it any longer."
What are the "Dirty Dozen" members doing now that the 2015 list is public? NCSE Director of Communications Haley Halverson answered this question and more. Click play to watch.
Some on the list are more obvious, but others might surprise you.
Here's the list:
In 2014, Google made the list, but by the end of the year they were removed. They decided to change their policy and now they prohibit pornographic ads and any ads that link to sexually explicit websites.
Also, the Department of Defense (a 2013 Dirty Dozen member) no longer sells pornography in Army and Air Force base exchanges, largely because of the influence of NCSE's list.