Might sounds like a joke, but yes: even very common words are censored on OnlyFans. Oh and they plan to ban adult content in October to aplease credit card companies and advertisers.
Private messagess are called "private" messages, right? Well, not quite.
It is very common in adult industry to get your account locked for several days after some of your, even very innocent action, triggers "smart A.I." watching for harmful
content. No big deal if you are hobbyist. If your lifehood depends on it, it hurts. Our solution? Trusting verified customers and human interaction on reports only.
Yes we need to protect your paying subscribers from harmful content like word "upskirt" or "sex" on website which is AFTER 18+ consent, and supposedly allowing
novel writers and adult art creators 🙄.
Patreon, you should rather direct your efforts to make your site support more than 5 images in a row without bogging down.
That all Zuckerberg sites are painfully censored is nothing new. What many people do not realize how fast it can happen and what little chance you have to get in touch with the
"support team". Yes, there is no way to contact Facebook & Co. GDPR or not, rules apply only to the poor.
Do not depend your business on Facebook sites if your lifehood might be hurt after being banned forever. Without warning or without actually doing anything bad.
Fun of the ban is that they keep your data and you can't even request deletion when your account is banned. Many people upload their data to Facebook without proper backup too.
Most of the bans are triggered by pseudo - A.I. or flood of disgruntled haters who report it because they do not agree with your opinion.
Also read this: Get your life removed
Vimeo is another paid for service which forces you to pay one year in advance for nude and art video hosting, then block you without refund based on personal opinion what is "art".
If you wonder why would anybody use Vimeo, then think about that Patreon for example support only paid-for Vimeo for video hosting.
While Google sites are generally fairly liberal and their bans are mostly post-based not account based, still many people who based their lifehood on
YouTube lost everything within hours after being demonetized or straight banned for fairly innocent content (for example nudist resort posts).
You might think with all that screaming that WhatsApp is secure, it is not. When you do not control and generate private and public keys, anyting can happen.
Encryption is only as secure as storage of your keys.
PornHub has Porn in the name, spams you with disgusting advertisement, yet verified models get removed videos based on automated (and bad) algorithms. Sometimes even because
they used second most popular hashtag.
Do not depend your lifehood on shady sites. But i am sure that if you want your step brother to help you get unstuck from washing machine, you might find enough good guides there.
While Reddit is probably most liberal site on the internet, mainly because not depending on advertisement money all that much, still has lot of (even high-profile) cases of bans and daily
problems with moderators and their god complex.
Freedom of speech has been replaced with content suitable to whoever runs the site opinion.
Cancer of reddit are automated bots watching for content and many subredits who do allow posting of material without author's consent, but not posts from creator's self.(!) In other words, someone can illegally post
your content, but when you do so (or complain) you get blocked. Those are not even some "weird" subredit, but for example many "major" ones, like /r/nsfw.
Moderated forums seem like a good idea, but always keep in mind that you are not free, if someone else decides what you can or should post. Be it mods, bots or even users it self.
Also the fact that many subredits require verifications, done by anonymous amateurs without appropriate means to handle sensitive private data should be a red flag for most of you. Yes you might be sending those verification posts to some
Jon Doe who works during the day in a WallMart and shares his PC with his parents.
While twitter is a liberal site, probably most liberal from the major social media, still too many cases of permanent bans without court rulling or even cease and desist
provision before court happens.
Who runs our justice system now?
I take that "liberal" back. Do not be edgy on Retardwitter either, warning people that their action might cause them health risks. But you can fill the form to complain and hope that retard-A.I.-resolution center will help you get your unique Twitter experience
back within few days. If you are lucky.
Shadowban is a popular method how to deal with "unruly" members. Basically you get removed from suggestions or even displaying of your content without even knowing.
Facebook sites and TikTok uses shadowban often. You didn't do anything wrong, or illegal, just not doing what we expect from you.
Participate in monthly hashtag challenges and post what other people post, so we grow our ad revenue, mkay?
Having a "deviant" in the name might suggest that this site is fairly liberal. Well it depends. If you want to report stolen images, you might not get response. But if you
post something what is viewed as "wrong", you will get your content and posts deleted forever.
Oh and you cannot payout your credits. But who needs money.
We still kind of like deviantart. Just the recent development is making us sad as it follows the same path as most other media.
Discord was also trying to convince us how different and free and open they are. Well it all kind of seems following the same paths. CEOs needs to raise revenue fast and exit early
prefferably for few billions. It would be sad if free speech stand in the way of the "higher" goals.
For example weird file size limitations. Hello? Last time we checked it was 2023!
Imgur is also one of the popular sites, tat is senslessly censored to favor advertisers. Fact that even very innocent content is removed is sadly still not the biggest problem there.
The bigger problem is probably the shadowbanning of the users, where they still appear active and their content is not all deleted, yet them-self cannot use the site.
You mean being 3 years member, renowned, notorious official staff choice, would make you safe from shadow permaban after adding a website to your profile?
Model Mayhem is controversial website which was created somehow around 2000s (you can tell from the design). Had lot of bad press, but still quite used to just dump your portfolio and
hope for some lost warrior to find you.
Well you would think that posting clothed recreation of Helmut Newton's photo would be ok on site which is used by erotic photographers and models... No,
just another case of moderators with god complex and not enough time or money to care.
ModelCentro, FanCentro Etc
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Unless you have your own website, you are not free to post what you want. But even if you have, many webhosting providers limits strictly (or secretly) what you are
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