JustFor.fans wants to fight Shadowbans with QR codes

JustFor.fans has announced the introduction of easy to use QR code technology, offering its members “a defense against internet bans on explicit adult content.”


“Currently testing in beta mode,” a rep explained, “the new online feature prioritizes user functionality while protecting the integrity of JFF subscribers’ exclusive content.”

Members can go to “Settings,” turn on “QR Code Embedding” and photograph uploads will automatically be assigned a code that connects to the page embedded in their photo.

This link contains a source tracker so Just For Fans models will be capable to look at their stats to find out how many people have visited their page via the QR code.

Just For Fans Founder Dominic Ford explained that “while social media sites like Instagram allow sex workers to post photos, they often take deceitful liberties such as shadowbanning — or outright banning — users who link to adult websites.”

While mainstream social sites “have every right to ban or hide adult content in compliance with its specific user guidelines,” he added, JFF remains “dedicated to finding supportive solutions to optimize its members’ content within the online space.”

“Now that the latest iOS can read QR codes embedded in images, the images themselves can now link back to Just For Fans,” Ford continued. “This is a good way to stay compliant with SFW social media sites, while simultaneously being able to link users to your page.”

To find out more, visit JustFor.fans and follow the platform on Twitter.

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