More than 1,000 porn sites have now been shut down across the globe in an unprecedented clampdown on the world’s largest porn industry.

It has come as a surprise to many that there are still more than 1 million websites online, despite the huge number of people that access the porn on them.

It is unclear if this is the first time that a mass shutdown has happened in the history of the internet, but it is certainly the biggest one ever.

While the porn industry has been shuttered by law enforcement, the content industry, which includes online pornography, is not.

This has led to many in the adult industry who have long been critical of the new laws saying that the crackdown is a complete betrayal of the industry.

The websites that were shut down, including adult-focused sites like BangBang and Fanny and Big Daddy, were not the only ones.

The adult industry itself has also been shut by the government, which shut down websites that it believed were promoting violence against women and other forms of abuse.

These sites were shuttered in a sweeping law enforcement action that was the most severe action taken against the industry by any government agency in its recent history.

In a statement released by the U.S. Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security said it was “taking all available steps to protect the health and safety of American consumers, businesses, and the Internet.”

The law enforcement actions followed a massive cyberattack that targeted hundreds of websites in September, according to a report from the New York Times.