In an appeal to the platform's Twitter account, it is reported that the service was able to cope with the difficulties that forced it to accept fundamental changes in the company's policy that would have affected the author's community. Therefore, it was decided to suspend the transformations planned for October 1. Official written clarifications will be sent to authors soon by email.
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We have secured assurances necessary to support our diverse creator community and have suspended the planned October 1 policy change.
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OnlyFans published a message about the cancellation of censorship only a day after the CEO of the platform told the Financial Times that the reason for the ban was difficulties with banking partners, and not with Mastercard, as previously assumed.
It should be noted that initially many authors began to remove their own explicit content that violates the new rules of the service. In addition, some of them switched to using other platforms, so now users are faced with the question of continuing or ending cooperation with OnlyFans in the future.