The company that owned CPANet, Adult Network Networks, says it plans to launch a free trial of a new adult network after regulators raised concerns about its practices, including using third-party data.
The network will be based in the U.K. and will include more than 40 sites including CPAConnect.com, which provides financial advice to small businesses.
The networks website will say “CPA Network is a member of the Independent CPA Networks.”
Adult Network is owned by the Australian firm Eureka, which has a history of partnering with government agencies and has been involved in the health care sector in the past.
In December, Eurekas parent company, Viacom, pulled advertising from a website run by the Adult Network Network Cpa Network CPO Network.
The company has said the ads were “out of context.”
The U.S. government also said Adult Network was a public benefit corporation, or PBCC, and that it had the right to opt out of paying for the ads.