Why your city won’t be on Google’s latest porn site, Pornhub

It’s been a tough week for cities around the country as the nation grapples with the impact of the porn industry on public spaces, a wave of lawsuits and even a federal investigation into the website’s business practices.

It’s also been a rough week for Google, which has been struggling to regain its footing in a rapidly changing digital landscape.

Google’s chief executive officer, Sundar Pichai, has made several attempts to address the porn problem and to turn around Google+ in general.

Now, Google is facing a new round of legal and political fallout, with the Department of Justice investigating the company’s porn business.

The New York Attorney General’s office says Google is responsible for the “gross invasion of privacy” of residents and businesses who rely on its services.

The department said in a press release that it is seeking a court order to compel Google to stop operating porn sites and for Google to cease collecting and selling the data of New York residents.

The California attorney general’s office said the company violated state consumer privacy laws and is violating California’s public accommodations law.

The California attorney office said that Google’s failure to protect Californians from the harms of its business practices creates a dangerous precedent that could lead to more lawsuits.

Google declined to comment.

The Department of Labor is also investigating Google, and the agency said it is “conducting an ongoing investigation into Google’s use of private data for commercial purposes.”

“This is a critical time in the industry as porn is being increasingly popular on smartphones and online,” the department said.

“Pornography is illegal under federal law and Google’s activities violate federal privacy laws,” it added.

“We encourage the public to remain vigilant in their search for content.”

The Department said that it has not received any complaints from anyone who is a member of the public about Google’s operation of porn sites.

Google’s search engine results are listed on the company website, which says that the company does not track search traffic.

The company also said that its search engine will “no longer track what people are searching for or what pages people are visiting.”

The company said it was also working to remove the ads from Google+ that have been placed by the porn site.