ASACP Names AVN, Gamma Entertainment, LetsDoeIt! 'Featured Sponsors' for March

LOS ANGELES — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) has named AVN, Gamma Entertainment and LetsDoeIt! as its featured sponsors for March 2024.

“ASACP’s Featured Sponsors are highly respected leaders in the industry and its diverse support services who have demonstrated corporate responsibility, ethical business practices and the will to deploy technical measures that protect minors and sensitive users from accidental exposure to age-restricted materials online,” said a rep. “Executive director Tim Henning expressed gratitude for the continued support from ASACP’s family of sponsors, adding that their help enables the association to shape the future of online child protection, age verification and adult access to age-restricted content while safeguarding the innocence of youth.”

These are the ASACP descriptions for its March sponsors:

AVN Media Network

A Platinum Sponsor since 2002, the AVN Media Network has a long and generous history of support for ASACP and its noble mission. The company is the definitive source for adult entertainment news and information covering the evolution of this multibillion-dollar global industry. AVN helps set the standard for the business of pleasure by delivering unparalleled content reaching industry professionals, mainstream media, and a diverse spectrum of consumer groups and communities.

AVN protects children from accessing adult-oriented material on its websites by utilizing RTA labeling as a protective measure. It has also been generous to the association financially and through material support, extending its hospitality at AVN events by providing advertising services, underwriting hotel accommodations, and participating in ASACP’s Advisory Council.

Gamma Entertainment

An ASACP Corporate Sponsor that has supported the association since 2006, Montreal-based Gamma Entertainment illustrates the commitment the adult entertainment industry’s most prominent players make towards keeping children out of and away from adult entertainment.

Spearheaded by its flagship website at Gammae.com, Gamma has grown from a home-based business with a single site to become a significant force in the adult industry. Gamma attributes its growth to cutting-edge technology and adherence to four basic principles: honesty, respect, reliability, and an up-front way of doing business, as the bedrock of its ongoing success.

Gamma demonstrates its leadership by using the RTA website meta-label to protect its sites and donating rack space for two ASACP-owned servers in the secure Gamma data center, providing vital technical and financial support for the association.

LetsDoeIt

LetsDoeIt is an adult-oriented paysite network that provides content to adults only and is on the frontline of the need for child protection protocols — a responsibility that LetsDoeIt takes seriously and proudly advocates throughout the industry.

LetsDoeIt is a patron of the child protection initiative by being one of Europe’s pioneers of age verification. Amidst all the recent changes, LetsDoeIt helps ensure that major players in the adult ecosystem move simultaneously to address the rapidly growing changes the web has thrust upon society, affecting children and minors more than ever.

The company uses an age warning page and the RTA meta-label code to prevent minors’ unauthorized access to its flagship website. In addition, it employs special measures and policies to ensure that LetsDoeIt only displays legal content. These practices also apply to the newest addition to the company’s portfolio of websites, Superbe.com, a non-sexually driven product focusing on sophisticated erotic art.

“Even more than being just legal, the most important role of the adult industry is to protect children from a problem that still haunts us today: child pornography and abuse,” said Phil, COO of LetsDoeIt Network and Superbe. “LetsDoeIt and Superbe only work with adult companies and producers who share this important viewpoint and cooperate against this serious matter.”

Unlike some competitors, LetsDoeIt does not allow user uploads and only operates with legally licensed content. They have set precedence in the industry by setting the bar for compliance and legal standards regarding production, making it an absolute pleasure for producers and models alike to work with them. In addition, the company is also now serving a softcore version of its hardcore sites in certain regions.

“LetsDoeIt and Superbe will continue fighting for this cause,” Phil continued. “We will continue working closely with all our partners, including legislative officials, to ensure we are one step ahead and lead by example for others to follow.”

“ASACP would like to thank AVN, Gamma Entertainment and LetsDoeIt! for their unwavering support, generosity and leadership in supporting the association’s mission to prevent children from accessing adult-oriented content,” Henning said, stating that ASACP sponsors are helping the association build a better world for consenting adults and society’s most vulnerable members. “This is an honorable mission that the association will continue to embrace.”

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