Porn sites that have more than one million members in the United States will soon be forced to pay a fine of up to $250,000 for violating the terms of service of the popular video site Unblock Video.

The United States has the second-largest porn industry in the world, behind only China, according to a study by the Pew Research Center.

In addition to a $50,000 fine for every member, the sites that don’t meet the new terms will be shut down permanently.

Unblock video has more than 20 million members, according the study.

“The Unblock Web Initiative has been in place for a year and a half, and the Unblock Porn Initiative has taken even longer to get off the ground,” Pornhub founder and CEO Nick Denton said in a statement.

“We hope that the new rules, as well as the fine for violating them, will help to protect American performers, consumers, and creators from illegal sites.”

The Pornhub and Unblock porn sites have been the subject of controversy in the past.

The Unblock videos site is a popular alternative to Pornhub that is free, but the UnBlock Porn site has been linked to sexual harassment allegations by the CEO of the porn website escort site Blowjob Girl, who said she was fired from her job for allegedly offering unsupervised sex sessions to women.

The new Unblock site also has a privacy policy that makes explicit reference to its membership, which allows users to opt out of being tracked, but that privacy policy does not specify a fine for noncompliance.

In a statement, Unblock said that it is “aware of concerns” from some members about its new policies, and that it has contacted users to discuss them.

“Unblock Video will continue to work with our partners to implement changes to our privacy policy, but these changes are not mandatory,” the company said.

“In the interim, we will not be able to comply with your requests to stop using our platform.”

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