Posting Adult Copyright Content in Social Media Groups, Risky?

Lars Jansson

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Hey guys, I didn't see this asked specifically when searching this forum, so I would appreciate some feedback from people with experience.

When creating groups for sharing adult content on social media. Should I be worried sharing adult images that look professional. I'm thinking the more professional it looks the higher the chance the company behind them has the resources to take legal action.

Regular stock photos are high risk, but what about sharing porn?
 

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Don't post anything copyrighted from personal accounts or accounts that can be connected to you by IP address, etc.
There is a chance that they will take action and as you start earning there will be no peace of mind.
 

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Don't post anything copyrighted from personal accounts or accounts that can be connected to you by IP address, etc.
There is a chance that they will take action and as you start earning there will be no peace of mind.
Hmm, interesting. So basically buying social media accounts + some personal US proxy + VPN turned on while posting is the way to go?
 

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Hmm, interesting. So basically buying social media accounts + some personal US proxy + VPN turned on while posting is the way to go?
Or just taking non-copyrighted content and not having to worry mate.

This is especially easy in the adult niche, lots of really good amateur stuff you can just rip/scrape.
 

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I have done as you recommended so far actually, although iv'e just filtered by what looks amateur, I can't tell for sure. I mean you can scrape reddit for example, but who knows if it's amateur or not except assuming it is by the way it looks (non-professional). Are you saying I should find amateur sites that I can know for sure are, well, amateur? Just indviduals posting their naked pictures? Cam girls for example?
 

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Hmm, interesting. So basically buying social media accounts + some personal US proxy + VPN turned on while posting is the way to go?
That's one of the possible setups, right but it's important to constantly think of ways in which they could find you.
For example a few months ago somebody from here got in trouble because he registered on Cloudflare with their real IP.

Or just taking non-copyrighted content and not having to worry mate.

This is especially easy in the adult niche, lots of really good amateur stuff you can just rip/scrape.

It's not always obvious whether something is copyrighted or not. It's wise to always protect yourself. There are numerous examples on this forum of people getting in trouble for copyrighted content because of their lacking privacy.
 

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Don't post anything copyrighted from personal accounts or accounts that can be connected to you by IP address, etc.
There is a chance that they will take action and as you start earning there will be no peace of mind.

Yes it could help but I will suggest you to not use copyright content..
If you really need peace of mind...
 

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It's not always obvious whether something is copyrighted or not. It's wise to always protect yourself. There are numerous examples on this forum of people getting in trouble for copyrighted content because of their lacking privacy.
Indeed! But this title was "posting adult copyright content", so...
 

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Yes it could help but I will suggest you to not use copyright content..
If you really need peace of mind...
I'd argue that it's easier (and safer) to always put some effort into maintaining privacy, than to know what is safe to copy and what is not.
Unless, of course, you are creating the content yourself :D
 

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I'd argue that it's easier (and safer) to always put some effort into maintaining privacy, than to know what is safe to copy and what is not.
Unless, of course, you are creating the content yourself :D
If I was able to create such content myself, I believe I'd be quite rich sir, and probably not hanging on this forum sir.
 

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Yes, let's be clear about that. This thread is definitely just about "adult content being shared on social media".
Alright, well... as the other guy said, protect yourself and you'll be fine with posting anything :D
 

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It seems to me that the best strategy is for picture sharing group owners on social media to post "safe" amateur stuff scrapped from somewhere. And let group members post whatever they want. Nobody is gonna waste time suing some dude in a posting group posting one watermarked photo. And the group owner can't be held responsible for that. Agree?
 
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