Forty women are suing the Montreal-founded company behind Pornhub, claiming it made millions from videos published without their consent

    A Pornhub pop-up store in Milan in December 2017. Emanuele Cremaschi/Getty Images

    MONTREAL — A group of 40 women, including three Canadians, is suing MindGeek, saying the Montreal-founded company behind Pornhub made millions from sex videos published on the site without their consent.

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