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OHV.net is hosting a zoophilia and pedophilia site!


#1

I’ve sent abuse report e-mails to abuse@ovh.net for over a week now, but OVH is doing nothing! OVH is hosting a site called PornSocket which shares lots of zoophilia and contains forums for discussion of pedophilia. I’m sorry for posting this here, but OVH is DOING NOTHING ABOUT IT! I’ll do everything I can to take down PornSocket, even if I have to report to Europol on cyber crimes. Will OVH still do nothing about it? Here’s PornSocket zoophilia page: https://www.pornsocket.com/categories-media/15-animal.html PLEASE DO SOMETHING!! TAKE PORNSOCKET DOWN!!


#2

Zoophilia is legal in some areas to my knowledge. Also, OVH is a service provider, so unless law enforcement forces them, I don’t believe they have to take things down. (I’m not an attorney - this isn’t legal advice)

So if you want to have the site taken down, collect some basic info, (IP, Domain, etc) and pass it to a police station. If it’s illigial, and they’re hosting it directly off OVH (not through freenet/Tor/etc, it’ll probably get taken down within a month. Generally, if something bothers you online, just ignore it. :smile:

Hope this gave you a starting point. :stuck_out_tongue:


#3

I can appreciate your concern Jack, but there may be a reason no action is being taken ‘YET’.
If there is an ongoing investigation there may well be a decision to leave a site live till owners/admins are tracked down as well as users (might be an idea to remove that link from your post or you could be accused of promoting or someone else could just stupidly click it and get involved).
All in this stuff gets really complex now and admittedly law enforcement do seem to be lax in dealing with it, but either go vigilante or report to enforcement authorities, service providers can be in a rock - hard place situation with this as geo-location will also be a factor regarding legality.