In the wake of Pornhub’s latest removal of a video showing a woman masturbating on a webcam, a number of other videos were found online showing similar scenes.

“While this was an unfortunate incident and we are deeply sorry for the distress this video has caused, it has come to our attention that the video has been removed due to copyright violations,” Pornhub wrote in a statement to Medical News Now.

The video was originally posted on December 12, 2017, and shows a woman on a bed, dressed in nothing but lingerie.

She is then shown performing a variety of sex acts on her boyfriend.

In the clip, she is shown using a vibrator, a toy to stimulate her vagina, and then a large sex toy.

In a statement, Pornhub said: “The videos we’ve removed have been taken down due to legal issues that arise with copyright infringement.

We want to reiterate that our goal is to create a safe environment for our viewers, and this is why we’ve taken this action.

We’re not ashamed of our work, and our videos are never meant to cause distress.

The video we removed is one of a series of videos that we’ve recently added to our service.”

While the woman’s name and location are not given, the video was tagged as “pornstar webcam” and she is identified as “Jenny”.

Pornhub has previously removed videos from other sites in the past, including ones that featured an underage model and a video where a man masturbates on a woman.

Last year, the company was also forced to remove a video by the same woman, which showed her having sex with a man, as part of a broader takedown.

The company told the BBC that the original videos had been taken offline due to “unethical conduct”.

“We have a zero-tolerance policy for the abuse of our customers,” PornHub said in a tweet.

“We have taken these actions due to our commitment to protecting our viewers and the right to free expression online.

We take this matter very seriously.”

PornHub’s removal of the video comes at a time when the company has been under fire from members of the feminist movement.

“I don’t think pornhub is the same thing as porn, they are just different things, but I think they’re a very dangerous place to be,” Sarah Leah Whitson, one of the main activists behind the movement against porn, told The New York Times.

Porn is not the only online video service to remove controversial content from its platform.

Earlier this month, PornHub announced that it had removed a series from its site of a woman having sex in a bikini.

It was also revealed that Pornhub had removed an interview from a celebrity journalist after it published a video, in which she was asked to describe her own sex life.

The new video has since been removed from Pornhub.