Hilton decides to remove all on-demand porn video in all of its hotels worldwide

(Wikipedia)The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, will be one of the many hotels under Hilton Worldwide that will be phasing out on-demand pornography.

International hotel chain Hilton Worldwide has just decided to ban all on-demand pornographic videos from all of its properties, stating that "adult video-on-demand entertainment is not in keeping with our company's vision and goals moving forward."

"We are making immediate changes to our global brand standards to eliminate adult video-on-demand entertainment in all our hotels worldwide," the hotel chain said in a statement. "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."

Hilton's decision has been met with praise and approval from industry watchers such as the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), according to Charisma News. Dawn Hawkins, executive director of NCOSE feels grateful that the hotel chain will no longer be seeking profits from hardcore pornography, which inevitably leads to sexual exploitation.

"We want to publicly thank Hilton for its decision to create a safe and positive environment for all of its customers," she said. "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 NCOSE applauds Hilton Hotels for recognising these harms, and is glad to announce that Hilton Hotels will be removed from the Dirty Dozen List."

NCOSE's Dirty Dozen List, comprised of the 12 leading contributors to sexual exploitation include American Apparel, American Library Association, backpage.com, CKE Restaurants, Cosmopolitan magazine, Department of Justice, Facebook, "Fifty Shades of Grey," Sex Week, Verizon, and YouTube.

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