Documentary about Pornhub releasing on Netflix in March 2023

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Documentary about Pornhub releasing on Netflix in March 2023

The popular adult entertainment site Pornhub will be revealing details about its history, franchise and success through a Netflix documentary. 

The documentary will be called Money Shot: The Pornhub Story, which will detail the site’s launch from 2007 and its work to facilitate the rise of user-generated adult content. 

The documentary is being created by Alex Gibney’s Jigsaw Productions and will also seek to address backlash and accusations of platforming ‘non-consensual material and trafficking.’ 

The synopsis reads:  “As anti-trafficking organisations seek justice for victims, can the online giant protect those from whom they profit, or is this a new wave of censorship for adult performers making consensual porn?”

Director and producer Suzanne Hillinger said that the documentary “requires us to grapple with what sexuality and consent means when billion dollar internet platforms thrive on user generated content.”

The 93 minute long documentary will be available for streaming on Netflix March 15th. 



Young woman who thinks she is Madeleine McCann goes viral on Instagram

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Another young woman who thinks she may be Madeleine McCann is going viral on Instagram, gaining hundreds of followers by the minute, as she publicly asks for a DNA test to prove it.

This is not the first time that someone went on social media believing they were Madeleine McCann, with a new ‘trend’ emerging in 2021 having TikTok flooded with people claiming to be McCann.

“I think I can be Madeleine. I need DNA test. Police investigators from UK and Poland try to ignore me. I will tell my story in posts here. Help me,” her Instagram bio reads as she posts multiple pieces of content which attempt to substantiate her claims that she may very well be the girl who was abducted in southern Portugal in 2007.

In a lengthy post published recently, the individual states that she remembers practically nothing from her childhood, “including the late one”, suffering from post-traumatic amnesia. She went on to claim that she was the victim of a German pedophile and ended up in a psychiatric ward for children and adolescents.

“I’ll point out right away that I’ve been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, depression. I’ve got emotionally unstable personality, but now I’ve recently gone to a psychotraumatologist who specializes in treating trauma, and she’s decided that I need to be re-diagnosed because, according to her, I have CPTSD – complex post-traumatic stress disorder.”

No media or authorities have yet clarified whether this young woman is Madeleine McCann or not, but the Instagram profile is clearly claiming she is an abuse victim.

Madeleine McCann was abducted from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal after her parents left her sleeping while they dined with friends at a nearby restaurant. The abduction and subsequent search for the young girl took the world by storm, with international investigations launching.

With regards to the actual Madeleine McCann case, Christian Brueckner was made a formal suspect by the Portuguese authorities in 21 April 2022, going on to be charged with three counts of rape and two charges of child sex abuse, unrelated to Madeleine’s disappearance.


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Calls for urgent Mġarr road redesign after severe bike accident

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Calls for urgent Mġarr road redesign after severe bike accident

Three NGOs wrote an open letter demanding that the Mġarr Road be immediately redesigned in order to prioritise safety off cyclists and pedestrians following an accident. 

Moviment Graffiti, Friends of the Earth and Rota wrote an open letter to Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects Minister Aaron Farrugia as well as CEO of Transport Malta Jeffrey Curmi and CEO of Infrastructure Malta Ivan Falzon. 

The bicycle lane on Triq Sir Temi Żammit, Mġarr saw an accident which left a cyclist seriously injured on Sunday. 

This comes, the NGOs said, after ROTA’s recommendations in the 2021 consultation process were reportedly ignored. 

‘Sunday’s accident could have been easily prevented had Rota’s suggestions of segregated cycle lanes been taken on board at the outset, when they were consulted by Infrastructure Malta during the planning phase of this road in 2020.’

‘Paired with a complete lack of an enforceable policy on cycling infrastructure from Transport Malta, Mġarr Road features what is possibly the least usable cycle lane on the island, so narrow that it forces cyclists to rejoin speeding car traffic at several points.  It represents a step backwards, not forwards, in encouraging the uptake of active means of transport and in keeping all road users safe.’ 

‘Fundamentally, road design should seek to ensure safety for all users and tackle entrenched car dependency. Increasing penalties alone will not prevent fatal accidents if our road infrastructure continues to encourage speeding cars at the cost of all other means of transport.’ 



Malta most densely populated EU country with population of 519,562, census reveals

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Malta most densely populated EU country with population of 519,562, census reveals

The National Statistics Office’s final report on ‘Population, migration & other social characteristics’ has revealed that Malta is the European Union’s most densely populated country with 1,649 residents per square kilometre.


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On Census Day, 21 November 2021, the final usual resident population in Malta stood at 519,562, more than doubling over a century and growing by more than 100,000 over the past 10 years.

For the first time ever, Malta had more males than females with men accounting for 52 per cent of the population at a total 270,021, with 249,541 women.

Over one in five Maltese residents were foreign, with 115,449 non-Maltese persons residing in Malta on Census Day – an increase of more than five times in the share of foreigners since 2011. Less than 90 per cent of residents were Caucasian while 5.2% was Asian. 6,101 people (1.2 per cent) had more than one racial origin.

With regards to religion, 373,304 residents aged 15 and over identified themselves as Roman Catholic while 17,454 reported belonging to Islam. Another 16,457 identified as belonging to the Orthodox religion while 23,243 stated that they do not have any religious affiliation.


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