OnlyFans has dropped plans to ban pornographic content from its subscription service, which had caused outrage and upset in the adult creator community. The company has now secured the assurances it needs to continue paying creators who make sexually explicit content, the company said in a tweet on Wednesday.
“We have secured assurances necessary to support our diverse creator community and have suspended the planned October 1 policy change. OnlyFans stands for inclusion and we will continue to provide a home for all creators.” “Thank you to everyone for making your voices heard,” the company said on Twitter.
Other companies do actively search for such photos and videos. Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and Google (and its YouTube subsidiary) all use various technologies to scan their systems for any potentially illegal uploads.
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Advocates had been asking for that type of feature for a while. Apple also is enabling its Siri voice assistant to offer links and resources to people it believes may be in a serious situation, such as a child in danger. Apple’s scanning technology is part of a trio of new features the company is planning for this fall.
By going public with the issue, it seems to have resolved the issues that were forcing it to implement the ban. The ban on sexually explicit content was announced last week and was supposed to come into force in October. It was reportedly being introduced due to pressure from banks that made it difficult for the company to pay its creators.
‘The best form of protection for our kids is knowing where they are, who they are engaging with online and in the real world, adults and knowing what really happens under someone’s roof,’ AFP Detective Sergeant Jarryd Dunbar said.
On iPhones logged in to childrens’ iCloud accounts, the messages app — which handles SMS and iMessage — will “analyze image attachments” of messages being sent or received “to determine if a photo is sexually explicit.” If it is, Apple will then alert the children that they’re about to send or view an explicit image. The children can still view the image, and if that happens, parents will be alerted. At that time, the image will be blurred and the child will be presented with a link to resources about encountering this type of imagery.
– As much as one in four youngsters are exposed to seriously explicit unsolicited pornography when using the Internet. – As many as 21 per cent of teenage children have admitted to viewing images on the Internet they would not want their parents to understand about. – You will find up to 2.5 billion e-mails sent every day which contain pornographic image – As many as one in five children between the ages of 10 and 17 have been the grateful recipients of indecent sexual solicitation while using the Internet. – As many as 70 percent from the sexual advances occurred as the children were using the Internet on the home computer.
In that case, Apple said, it’s focused on educating parents and children, and adults isn’t scanning those images against its database of child abuse images. He also sought to argue that the scanning feature is separate from Apple’s other plans to alert children about when they’re sending or receiving explicit images in the company’s Messages app for SMS or iMessage.
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It’s also adding a feature to its messages app to proactively protect children from explicit content, whether it’s in a green-bubble SMS conversation or blue-bubble iMessage encrypted chat. Like with Siri, the app will also offer links and resources if needed. This new capability is specifically designed for devices registered under a child’s iCloud account and will warn if it detects an explicit image being sent or received.