Manwin Becomes 1st ASACP Diamond Sponsor

Lyla Katz

LOS ANGELES — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection has announced that Manwin has become its first Diamond Sponsor.

Manwin creates, develops and manages some of the most recognized mainstream and adult entertainment brands in the world, including the popular Brazzers and Twistys brands, as well as Playboy’s online properties.

Headquartered in Luxembourg with management offices in Hamburg, London, Los Angeles, Nicosia and Montreal, the company employs close to 700 people.

“Manwin is proud to be the ASACP’s first and only Diamond Sponsor,” Manwin’s Kate Miller said. “We support the organization’s dedication to online child protection, and are happy to lend our name to the cause it supports.”

Manwin takes the top sponsor spot at ASACP, underscoring its leadership role within the industry. 

“In these trying economic times, it’s even more important for the industry’s major players to support ASACP, as our budget is entirely derived from sponsorship and membership fees, as well as from individual contributions from people like you,” ASACP’s Executive Director Tim Henning said.

“Having a company of Manwin’s prestige step up to the plate in such an impressive manner not only makes a statement about its true commitment to child protection, but also allows the association to make a positive impact in the lives of at-risk youth.”

Manwin made recent headlines by filing an antitrust lawsuit against ICANN and ICM over the new .XXX TLD, further taking a public stance against any entity that supports .XXX.

“For about the price of a single .XXX domain name, adult companies can support ASACP and its dual missions of keeping children out of and away from adult entertainment; and of protecting the interests of legitimate online businesses,” Henning said.

“As an added benefit the association offers its free Restricted To Adults (RTA) label as a child protection measure, providing multiple advantages for adult operators.”

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