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Romania, a country with one of the highest rates of youth unemployment in the EU, is now the undisputed world capital of studio-based cam operations, thanks to widespread wireless broadband access.The industry has grown substantially since 2001, and most major Romanian cities now count hundreds of facilities offering English-speaking male and female models - most in their twenties - fast internet connections, high definition webcams and decorated rooms where they can turn into the virtual best friends and cybersex partners of paying clients, mostly from North America, but also from European and Asian countries.Update: A Patreon spokesperson has clarified that its stance hasn't changed, just the way it articulates the policy around pornography and other adult content.Which is to say that producers of pornography and sex workers more generally have always been "operating outside of the Community Guidelines." The decision will leave a number of sex workers looking for yet another way to secure payment for their labor.

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Creators were asked to flag their content as not safe for work, but otherwise there was a wide latitude as to the material published.There will also be an appeals process, and users will have personal guidance from a Patreon employee to help them get their page reinstated.What's not clear is why this crackdown has also blocked apparently legitimate activity like webcam sessions and subscription websites that do not include illegal content.In exchange for the workspace, the studios take a percentage of the models’ pay - which can reach ,000 per month.The models are paid by platforms like Luxembourg-based Live Jasmine, one of the leading providers, ranking as the 103rd most popular site in the world and, with 25 million unique visitors monthly, the 80th most visited site in the USA.