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Following a large, ongoing email campaign from anti-porn advocates, the Hilton Hotel chain has announced that it is removing pay-per-view porn channels from all of their hotels. In a statement, the hotel chain explained,

We are making immediate changes to our global brand standards to eliminate adult video-on-demand entertainment in all our hotels worldwide. While the vast majority of our properties already do not offer this content today, this content will be phased out of all other hotels subject to the terms of their contracts. We believe in offering our guests a high degree of choice and control during their stays with us, including Wi-Fi on personal devices. However, we have listened carefully to our customers and have determined that adult video-on-demand entertainment is not in keeping with our company’s vision and goals moving forward.

The Director of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation said in a media release, "Hilton has taken a stand against sexual exploitation. Pornography not only contributes to the demand for sex trafficking, which is a serious concern in hotels, but it also contributes to child exploitation, sexual violence, and lifelong porn addictions." The group has removed the hotel chain from its “Dirty Dozen” list of companies that are linked to sexual exploitation. Discuss

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