Cartoon Network is to stop advertising gay cartoon cartoon porn – Avocado

Cartoon Network has announced it will stop advertising its online pornography channel Avocado, saying it would no longer take advertising money from the adult industry.

It was due to come to an end on 20 January.

It comes just days after the adult content industry was hit by a federal judge’s ruling that the site should be shut down.

The ruling, which came a day after the US Supreme Court struck down the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules, effectively closed the door on online pornography in the US.

It also capped the amount of porn that could be uploaded to the site.

Cartoon Network said it had already removed a number of content, but added that it would continue to “continue to enforce the law” against its porn content.

It added that Avocado was not a porn channel.

But the company did not specify what kind of content it would be removing.

The company said it would not be “taking any legal action” against anyone who “says he or she has a legitimate interest in accessing the channel”.

Cartoon Network’s decision comes as a huge blow to the adult entertainment industry.

Pornhub, a website which has been around since 2003, is one of the biggest providers of adult content in the country.

It reported a 38% rise in traffic in the first quarter of this year to around 1.3 million visitors per day, according to a blog post.

The blog post said the increase was driven by more people viewing the site than watching porn.

But some adult content sites are still struggling with the fallout from the FCC ruling.

The industry has been left with a difficult decision on how to respond to the decision.

“The answer is to either continue to fight for consumers rights, or find a new way to pay for our content and pay for their rights,” the Adult Entertainment Television Council said in a statement.

The organisation also said that a similar move by the major porn site PornHub.com, which was ordered to pay $1.5m (£1.2m) to the US Federal Trade Commission, would lead to the removal of adult entertainment from the site, which it described as “one of the world’s leading and most popular adult websites”.

Adult entertainment website Pornhub.com was also ordered to hand over its data to the FTC.

The US Federal Communications Commision ruled last month that internet providers should be required to treat all internet traffic equally, but the agency was left with little legal authority.

“Today’s decision is a big win for consumers and the adult film industry,” Pornhub said in its statement.

“We have worked tirelessly to build our business, to be the #1 online destination for adult content and to protect our consumers’ privacy and safety.

We will continue to work with the FCC to implement its new order to ensure that porn is not delivered to consumers.”

But Pornhub’s parent company, Digital Playground, said that while the ruling “has opened the door for us to do more to protect consumers from harmful adult content, the industry is not backing down”.

It said that it “remains committed to protecting our users’ privacy, privacy of our customers’ information, and our ability to protect ourselves from fraudulent activity”.

Pornhub is not the only adult content site affected by the decision to close down Avocado.

PornHub has also been ordered to stop hosting its adult content by the Federal Trade Commision, but it has so far failed to comply with the order.