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OnlyFans shocker: Lawsuits allege platform paid to put adult entertainers on terrorist watch list

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The adult entertainment industry has been rocked by a group of lawsuits claiming that OnlyFans bribed Meta (formerly known as Facebook) to add performers who use rival platforms to a terrorist watch list.As reported by The New York Post and BBC News, three lawsuits have been filed that allege the popular subscriber content platform developed a scheme to undermine adult models and entertainers who promoted their work on competitor sites.

One is a class-action suit filed by a group of OnlyFans content creators, while the other two come from rival platforms.It’s one of those stories that seems too ridiculous to be true, but the suits claim that, in 2018, OnlyFans paid off Meta to include specific names and social media accounts on a watch list managed by Global Internet Forum To Counter Terrorism (GIFCT), a non-profit co-founded by Meta, Twitter, Microsoft, and YouTube with the goal of stopping the spread of terrorist videos and messaging online.Related: Guys call out queerbaiting OnlyFans creators: “Low-effort cash flow and ego boost”Per lawyers representing the plaintiffs, there’s a list of over 21,000 adult performers that, as result of being placed on the watch list, have been “shadowbanned” across social platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.

In other words, their content has unknowingly been blocked from reaching their full audience, which of course would directly impact their ability to make an income.One such performer is Alana Evans, who told the Post: “When I heard that my content may be listed on the terror watch list, I was outraged.

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