In the wake of a scandal in the porn industry, it is becoming increasingly common for auditors to fall foul of the law.

In some cases, the auditors have actually broken the law, while others have been punished with suspensions, fines or even legal action.

In this series, we take a look at the biggest and worst scandals that have affected the porn business in recent years.

We also take a closer look at how the auditing industry is tackling these scandals, and how this will affect its reputation as an industry that upholds the highest standards of ethics.

Here are some of the big issues that have emerged in the past year, and what the audited porn industry needs to do to improve its practices.

Audit the industry is a huge issue.

There are about 4,000 auditors employed in the world’s largest pornography industry.

Most are based in the United States and Canada, but there are many auditors who work in other countries, too.

The number of auditors worldwide is expected to hit 7,000 by 2020.

Some of the biggest scandals in recent times involved auditors in the UK.

The scandal erupted in 2013 when the porn site Pornhub was found to have falsified the results of two different tests on its site, one of which had the audit firm hired by Pornhub to review the porn content it had published.

That company subsequently paid out a record $1.3 million to settle the charges.

In the UK, the Government was forced to issue a warning to the industry after it was revealed that porn was being illegally downloaded from porn-sites using a different website.

It also said that the country was looking at measures to ensure auditors follow the same rules of conduct as other employees.

In March this year, auditors at the porn film industry body, the CAA, were suspended by the British Board of Film Classification after they were accused of lying about the number of times the firm had been used by the porn website Pornhub.

They also faced the possibility of losing their jobs after being accused of using the same auditing firm to review films produced by other companies, which had been made by independent films.

In October, the UK’s top porn audit firm was fined $1 million after it emerged that a third of the work that it had done on a production of a film had been stolen.

This scandal resulted in the company being suspended by CAA for two years and being barred from working with independent films for three.

In April, the British Government announced plans to overhaul the way it regulates the porn sector.

In January, the chief executive of the US firm Cetra Entertainment was suspended after it revealed that a senior executive had been using the company’s auditing services to investigate a film project, The Biggest Hustle.

In April, a senior manager at a porn site called Blackfish was suspended by his employer after it came to light that he had used a company called Audit Group to review movies he was producing.

In March, another former chief executive at a company named Blackfish resigned.

In August, it emerged the porn regulator, the Office for Film Certification, had suspended the licence of two porn auditing firms, the AVN and the Independent Auditors.

Both were accused by the audites of misleading auditors and misrepresenting their role in reviewing movies, which was against the industry code of conduct.

In September, it was announced that a top porn auditor, Ashley Anderson, had been banned from auditing films until she can provide evidence of the “misuse of her authority” by another auditing company.

Anderson had been employed by the AVn since 2011 and had worked at the company for more than a year.

A group of auditing companies called the Independent Reviewers Association said that they had found evidence of a pattern of abuse by some of their auditors.

The group said it had been “distressed” by what it described as a “systematic and pervasive abuse of auditees by auditors.”

In February, it came out that the British government had banned auditors from auditors’ meetings, because the UK auditing regulator, CIC, had issued a statement stating that “auditing has become a political issue in the industry.”

This prompted the UK Government to launch an investigation into whether the auditee code of practice should be changed to ensure that all auditors meet the same standards of conduct and are “subject to the same accountability”.

The UK Government said it would consider the recommendations of the investigation, which is being led by the Director of Public Prosecutions, Alison Saunders.

Auditors’ pay is not only being threatened.

Auditing is not the only industry that is facing criticism.

In February, the US Chamber of Commerce, the trade association for the porn and adult entertainment industries, warned that “a growing number of companies” were paying “unethical, unethical rates to auditors” and that “the vast majority” of audited businesses in the US