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Onlyfans bans “sexually explicit” content under major platform change

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If you’re blowing some money on your favourite Onlyfans sex workers, that’s soon set to stop

OnlyFans, a site where fans pay creators for their photos and videos, is planning to ban “sexually explicit” content.

The video content platform has announced the ban will start on October 1 and is the result of requests from banking partners and companies that handle financial transaction.

Still, nudity is permitted if it’s “consistent” with the company’s policy.

But wait – there’s a catch:

Still, nudity is permitted if it’s “consistent” with the company’s policy.

It’s not clear what that policy exactly is and the company hasn’t released any further detail.

OnlyFans will be sharing more information in “coming days.”

OnlyFans has become famous as a space for celebrities to interact with people on a personal level, as well as a place where sex workers can post and get paid in a relatively safe manner.

It’s not available as an app via the Apple and Google stores, which ban pornography

OnlyFans has tried to distance itself from its association with porn and pornographic content in recent months, after recently announcing an OFTV streaming app.

The app is available for download from the major tech platforms, and features content around categories like fitness, cooking, comedy and music.

OnlyFans stated that the platform right now has 130 million users and two million creators who have collectively earned USD$5 billion.

Anthony Lucas is reporter, presenter and social media producer with ticker News. Anthony holds a Bachelor of Professional Communication, with a major in Journalism from RMIT University as well as a Diploma of Arts and Entertainment journalism from Collarts. He’s previously worked for 9 News, ONE FM Radio and Southern Cross Austerio’s Hit Radio Network. 

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We know how the crypto market will recover, but when?

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$2.2 Trillion Institutional Crypto Price Prediction Reveals Bitcoin And Ethereum Could Be Poised For Recovery

The crypto market took a huge hit after the Federal Reserve’s announcement of quantitative easing, but one analyst is predicting that both bitcoin and ethereum could stage a recovery in the near future.

According to a report from investment firm JP Morgan, the two largest cryptocurrencies by market capitalization could see prices rise to $14,000 and $3,900 per coin, respectively.

This would represent a significant rebound from their current levels of around $10,000 and $200.

The report cites the recent influx of institutional investors into the crypto space as a key driver of this price growth.

With more and more big money players getting involved in crypto, JP Morgan predicts that the market could soon see a “new paradigm” of price discovery.

So far, crypto has been largely driven by retail investors, who are often more prone to emotional buying and selling.

With institutional investors coming in, there could be more stability in the market and less volatility.

JP Morgan’s report is just one of many bullish crypto predictions that have come out in recent months.

With more and more mainstream companies and financial institutions taking crypto seriously, it seems that the once-niche market is finally coming into the mainstream.

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Virgin Atlantic ditches gender uniforms

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Virgin is now the most inclusive airline in the skies, thanks to its new gender-neutral uniform policy.

Pilots, cabin crew and ground staff are now free to wear whatever they feel expresses their individuality, whether that be traditional men’s or women’s clothing, or something more unique.

Previously women had to wear a red uniform and men wore burgundy and the airlines says that the change makes it “the most inclusive airline in the skies”.

The move away from gendered uniforms has been applauded by staff, and sets Virgin Atlantic apart as an airline that is championing inclusivity.

Jaime Forsstroem, a member of Virgin cabin crew, said: “The updated gender identity policy is so important to me. As a non-binary person, it allows me to be myself at work and have the choice in what uniform I wear.”

The airline is amending its “trans inclusion policies” which include time off work for medical treatments related to gender transition,.

It is also introducing an option to include pronouns on workers’ name badges.

 

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Optusdata hacker mocked on social media for clumsy attack

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Hackers are having a field day mocking the “Optusdata” hacker who stole the personal information of more than 10 million Australians.

The hapless hacker made the mistake of demanding a $1.5 million ransom from Optus, and then apologised when they didn’t get their way.

Now they’re being ridiculed by the very people they were trying to impress.

“This just goes to show that you can’t trust any optusdata these days,” said one commenter on an online forum. “They’ll steal your data and then humiliate you for it.”

“I wouldn’t give them a cent,” said another. “They don’t deserve it.”

Millions impacted

The company has downplayed the incident, saying that only a small percentage of its customers’ data was actually stolen.

“We would like to reassure our customers that their data is safe and secure,” an Optus spokesperson said. “We have robust security measures in place to protect our customers’ information.”

If you’re an Optus customer, you can check to see if your data was stolen by going to optusdata.com.au/hackcheck

You should also change your password and be on the lookout for any suspicious activity on your account.

If you’re worried about your data, you should change your password and be on the lookout for any suspicious activity on your account.

Optus has downplayed the incident, saying that only a small percentage of its customers’ data was actually stolen. However, the company is still urging customers to take precautions.

Government action

The Albanese government has said that it is “deeply concerned” about the hack and is working with Optus to investigate the matter.

“We take the security of our citizens’ data very seriously,” a spokesperson for the Albanese government said.

“This incident highlights the need for all businesses to have robust security measures in place to protect their customers’ information.”

The Albanese government is urging all businesses to review their security measures in light of the Optus hack.

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