There is bad reporting going on around the news about OnlyFans. Yes it is due to the "payment processor" MasterCard but *that* reason for change was due to Exodus Cry's incessant activism against PornHub and their attempts to abolish all legal forms of pornography, sex work, Strip Clubs, etc under the guise of "think of the children".
the whole OF/Mastercard thing
so anyway, this is what Mastercard are asking for:
the devil is always in the details, of course, but at first glance it looks as though OnlyFans' objection to this is basically "this would cost us a shitload of money and mean we have to have more than 6 employees"
i'm wondering whether a "web of trust" model, based on a distributed co-operative of contributors each checking each other's content and consent, might be rather easier to implement? plus, it wouldn't be essentially a rent-based business model, but an actual collective
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