There is a new twist to the war on porn, as consumers are increasingly turning to smartphones to view pornographic content.
Amblin Entertainment, the entertainment industry’s largest, is partnering with Wayfair to offer a new, more secure service called the Entertainment Table.
The Entertainment Table lets users download a free app and upload a video.
Once downloaded, users can view up to 100 videos at a time.
But the table also includes an optional password to protect against unauthorized uploading.
The entertainment industry is using the technology to fight online pornography.
In 2015, Amblins Entertainment partnered with a video-sharing site, Vimeo, to give its users access to videos that were uploaded to its servers.
Amblin, which also owns The Huffington Post, the Huffington Post Mobile, and the Daily Dot, has said that its service is used by tens of millions of users across more than 180 countries.
Amble in 2016.
Amble’s Entertainment Table service lets users access videos on their smartphones and then download them.
The Entertainment Table also includes a password to secure against unauthorized uploads.
The new service is only available in the U.S. The company says the technology is only for U.K. and U.A.E. consumers and does not offer international users access.
The U.N. human rights committee has also condemned the use of encryption to prevent online pornography and says that the technology will make it harder for victims to report abuse.
“The Internet of Things is transforming the way we interact with each other and the world,” the committee said in a statement in March.
“It’s not just that technology enables us to connect in a meaningful way to each other, it also enables the abusers to hide their online activities behind encrypted devices.”
statement also calls on governments to provide more data protection for Internet users.