'Shameful OnlyFans u-turn is corporate greed trumping corporate responsibility' - CAREHuman Trafficking
OnlyFans' decision to reverse a ban on sexually explicit content is a "shameful" example of corporate greed that lets down victims of exploitation, CARE has said.
OnlyFans announced its decision to postpone a ban yesterday. A statement by the company reads: "The proposed 1 October 2021 changes are no longer required, due to banking partners' assurances that OnlyFans can support all genres of creators. "
This morning, Lauren Agnew, Human Trafficking Officer at CARE, commented:
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