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I say i'm agree with teagan, but you continue to laugh at me !

You act like kids, no way to have adult discution...!
 

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I'm baffled as to why so many people get uppity about this.
I'm going to assume it's because, like me, there is question over how to deal with them/reply to them, and they are popping up so frequently these days. So each one creates this uneasy environment where ACFers don't know what to say.
Have you ever DMCA'd videos of yourself from tube sites?
No, I don't do that. That's what makes me different from a lot of models, I actually *want* people to see my capped content then come try to find my cam room and participate in my live shows.
I see the posts with capped shows as a "Hey, I like this product, I would like to see / purchase more of this product. Where can I find said product? Let's ask the forum about said product." and it makes sense to direct consumers to said product.

Is it harmful when I link to the correct camgirl if I see an unsourced picture / gif / video on Reddit or Tumblr? Because I see no difference between the scenarios.
I do it on reddit frequently, because I assume even if I don't, someone else will come along and name her/link to her profile anyway. I think the reason people feel it's not just "pointing someone to a product" is because so many girls do try to hide (for lack of better terms at the moment) and don't really want the advertisement. And also for the possibility of evil intentions.
Okay. I suggest no more teasing the noobs looking for someone. Personally I'll just ignore them. It's someone else's headache.
I support this motion. I'm all for ACFers having some fun, but maybe not being so hard on newcomers would benefit the forum as a whole. If a post comes up that doesn't directly need or inspire a reply from you, then just let it be. Chances are either someone else will come along and reply, or the post will get ignored if it doesn't warrant any attention.
Maybe it would help to have a waiting period before being allowed to post for the first time.
I already have to hand-approve posts by new members, it isn't as if these guys just signed up and started wailing away... I approved the posts to be displayed. And I will continue to do so unless the posts have harmful information in them.

I'm in a strange position with this one. Because while clearly some members are fed up with these posts, I actually don't think they're such a problem as they make them to be. As I said about reddit above, if they don't ask/get info here, they will ask elsewhere and will likely find the information they're seeking. If we can feel out people a little bit and choose when to help out (assuming someone knows the identity) then let's just do that. Case by case basis.
 

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I always find those stealing the content far more interesting than those asking about a video feed. I think from that perspective it is good for models to see what kinds of show are stolen from them.

Most of those asking seem genuinely interested in getting more content. We have all at some time watched some 'free' shows, especially porn. Those posting such questions about models they have been enjoying without the model consent will always be somewhat looked down upon here for asking where they can get more. Perhaps the model may make a new supporter, but more likely another lurker.

ACF should leave it open in terms of responses, most of the content is pretty mild in show terms. Keep in mind the real appeal of spending on cam models is less about the actual show and more the interpersonal interactions, so not much in token terms is really being taken from the model. For members with most models seeing a recorded show is nothing much compared to being included in one.
For most members camming is a post-porn activity, the next step, the show is only a small part of the experience. This is why we make fun of those asking and rightfully so.

In terms of security for the model it is more risky, but the one asking about her didn't create the risk, always attack the one posting stolen content.

Use your best judgement Amber C./ ACF.
 

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In terms of security for the model it is more risky, but the one asking about her didn't create the risk, always attack the one posting stolen content.
Let's not forget we have found out sometimes the people who did post the links ARE the ones asking about the girls trying to find them. One is not exclusive of the other. It's not always blatantly obvious either they did it.
 
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There's a few problems I see with identifying models here:

1. Some models don't want to be identified. Whether it's to avoid stalkers, people in real life finding them, or whatever other reason they have, I don't think it's fair to give out information unless you know they're ok with it. I know that it will still happen elsewhere, but I think it's best if it's kept to a minimum.

2. The chance of one of the guys making threads like this actually becoming a tipping member is extremely low. There's very little benefit to giving them the model's name when they're probably just going to lurk or use the name to find more stolen content.

3. If we start giving names here, there will be a lot more posts asking to id models. I think most people, including me, just see these types of posts as spam and I really don't think they're beneficial to the forum in any way.

Overall, I think it's best we just tell people that we don't id models here and let request threads die.
 

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In my opinion if you know who the model is you should attempt to contact them to find out if they would like their info given to the person asking. If you don't get a reply, the reply is that they don't want their info given out, of they are no longer camming/active in the cam world. Then you should not give out the info.
If you are able to contact them and they say it is okay then sure give out the info.

If a thread like this were to appear with one of my capped shows I would like the ability to say whether or not my info gets posted. Even on a case by case basis. I would like to choose this for myself. That is why I will not give out a models info on here.
(and yes their info could be something so small as just the cam site they work on or their cam name)

But I also know that there are some vindictive people in my past that if they were to find out I'm a cam girl would probably try to ruin my life. (they've already tried to do similar things in the past. And yes they would probably seem like the nicest people and like they don't mean any harm.)
You never know a models situation. You never know who is behind the screen name on here. Yes most people aren't creepy stalkers, but you can never tell which ones are and which ones aren't. The people from my past used to be my best friends. Turns out they were actually terrible people. You never know.
So yes even if it seems completely ridiculous you should always side with caution.

~~Disclaimer: This is my personal opinion. I know others may or may not share my beliefs. This is just where I stand on the topic.~~

Edited cause I saw a typo and it bugged me....
 
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In my opinion if you know who the model is you should attempt to contact them to find out if they would like their info given to the person asking. If you don't get a reply, the reply is that they don't want their info given out, of they are no longer camming/active in the cam world. Then you should not give out the info.
If you are able to contact them and they say it is okay then sure give out the info.

If a thread like this were to appear with one of my capped shows I would like the ability to say whether or not my info gets posted. Even on a case by case basis. I would like to choose this for myself. That is why I will not give out a models info on here.
(and yes their info could be something so small as just the cam site they work on or their cam name)

But I also know that there are some vindictive people in my past that if they were to find out I'm a cam girl would probably try to ruin my life. (they've already tried to do similar things in the past. And yes they would probably seem like the nicest people and like they don't mean any harm.)
You never know a models situation. You never know who is behind the screen name on here. Yes most people aren't creepy stalkers, but you can never tell which ones are and which ones aren't. The people from my past used to be my best friends. Turns out they were actually terrible people. You never know.
So yes even if it seems completely ridiculous you should always side with caution.

~~Disclaimer: This is my personal opinion. I know others may or may not share my beliefs. This is just where I stand on the topic.~~

Edited cause I saw a typo and it bugged me....
Guys who post those kind of threads should just go get a girlfriend and realize that their fantasies are not possible .
 

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I'm admittedly old school. These requests bug me, and I'm in the camp of telling new posters looking to find a camgirl "we don't ID women here," and sending them on their way.

As was mentioned by @Osmia, this is very much a community, and @AmberCutie has provided a wonderful platform for camaraderie, sharing, information, discussion, and dissent.

Basic forum etiquette is that you contribute first. First of all, give something of yourself, your views, your knowledge, etc., and then you take. ACF is not an encyclopedia of camgirls; we are a community of varied people who have genuine interest in how models and members view the world of camming and beyond. Most of us here are very giving with our experiences, our thoughts and opinions, and our time.

For me, the people who join simply to post a capped picture or video and ask, "Who is this girl?" are missing the point that this is both a forum and a community. They don't seek to become a part of it or to contribute in any way. They are takers. It's irksome and tacky.

I realize stopping these posts is probably unrealistic. Obviously, there are all the aforementioned concerns about privacy, stalkers, and women being outed, but for me, it just comes down to basic decency. I don't see much decency in joining a forum that is clearly a community to post for the first time only to say, "Hey, give me what I want, so I can go fap to this chick I find hot."
 

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In my opinion if you know who the model is you should attempt to contact them to find out if they would like their info given to the person asking. If you don't get a reply, the reply is that they don't want their info given out, of they are no longer camming/active in the cam world. Then you should not give out the info.
If you are able to contact them and they say it is okay then sure give out the info
Let's take that a step farther. If you know who the model is and can contact her, why not just tell her about the post and let her come here and give any information she feels comfortable giving out.
 

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I'm admittedly old school. These requests bug me, and I'm in the camp of telling new posters looking to find a camgirl "we don't ID women here," and sending them on their way.

As was mentioned by @Osmia, this is very much a community, and @AmberCutie has provided a wonderful platform for camaraderie, sharing, information, discussion, and dissent.

Basic forum etiquette is that you contribute first. First of all, give something of yourself, your views, your knowledge, etc., and then you take. ACF is not an encyclopedia of camgirls; we are a community of varied people who have genuine interest in how models and members view the world of camming and beyond. Most of us here are very giving with our experiences, our thoughts and opinions, and our time.

For me, the people who join simply to post a capped picture or video and ask, "Who is this girl?" are missing the point that this is both a forum and a community. They don't seek to become a part of it or to contribute in any way. They are takers. It's irksome and tacky.

I realize stopping these posts is probably unrealistic. Obviously, there are all the aforementioned concerns about privacy, stalkers, and women being outed, but for me, it just comes down to basic decency. I don't see much decency in joining a forum that is clearly a community to post for the first time only to say, "Hey, give me what I want, so I can go fap to this chick I find hot."
This sums up my exact feelings as well! In a much more eloquent way than I could have, thank you @LoriAmesLive!
 
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We were just havin' some fun is all. From now on I'll paraphrase Thumper when his mama told him that, "if ya can't say nuttin' nice then don't say nuttin' at all."

Okay I admit I just lied, I'm still gonna have fun with 'em! ;)
 
There's a few problems I see with identifying models here:

1. Some models don't want to be identified. Whether it's to avoid stalkers, people in real life finding them, or whatever other reason they have, I don't think it's fair to give out information unless you know they're ok with it. I know that it will still happen elsewhere, but I think it's best if it's kept to a minimum.

2. The chance of one of the guys making threads like this actually becoming a tipping member is extremely low. There's very little benefit to giving them the model's name when they're probably just going to lurk or use the name to find more stolen content.

3. If we start giving names here, there will be a lot more posts asking to id models. I think most people, including me, just see these types of posts as spam and I really don't think they're beneficial to the forum in any way.

Overall, I think it's best we just tell people that we don't id models here and let request threads die.
I agree with this 100%.
 
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There's a few problems I see with identifying models here:

1. Some models don't want to be identified. Whether it's to avoid stalkers, people in real life finding them, or whatever other reason they have, I don't think it's fair to give out information unless you know they're ok with it. I know that it will still happen elsewhere, but I think it's best if it's kept to a minimum.

2. The chance of one of the guys making threads like this actually becoming a tipping member is extremely low. There's very little benefit to giving them the model's name when they're probably just going to lurk or use the name to find more stolen content.

3. If we start giving names here, there will be a lot more posts asking to id models. I think most people, including me, just see these types of posts as spam and I really don't think they're beneficial to the forum in any way.

Overall, I think it's best we just tell people that we don't id models here and let request threads die.
(It's too late to delete my post right above this one, so I just have to post again)

Well said, Jimmy! Ain't that some shit? Some people will go to great lengths to find a model, and then when they have the perfect opportunity to spend time with her in her room and tip her, they choose to camp out and ask questions like "What part of Florida are you in? Do you ever go to Club ___? Does your man live with you?" My model friend had a particular member who she wanted absolutely nothing to do with anymore, and he would come into my public chat just to ask me questions about her, and he would also MFC Mail me. I told him that if she blocked him, she must've had a reason, and you are definitely not gonna be using me to get to her. Respect her wishes. I mean, damn. The poor girl had already had a frightening run-in with a loudmouthed "fan" following her around in the store and GRABBING HER.
 

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I only skimmed this thread so sorry if this was stated but I don't think I'd be super comfortable with anyone giving out my name if I popped up on here in one of the "who is she" threads only because there are no location blockers like there are on the camsites. Literally anyone could see a capped show and then run here and try to figure out a name. I know that they could still figure it out and I am not too concerned about it but I still don't want other people handing out my name to just anyone because there is no way to tell who it is. I know some other girls feel the same- especially ones who are much more private and protective than myself.
 

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I'm admittedly old school. These requests bug me, and I'm in the camp of telling new posters looking to find a camgirl "we don't ID women here," and sending them on their way.

As was mentioned by @Osmia, this is very much a community, and @AmberCutie has provided a wonderful platform for camaraderie, sharing, information, discussion, and dissent.

Basic forum etiquette is that you contribute first. First of all, give something of yourself, your views, your knowledge, etc., and then you take. ACF is not an encyclopedia of camgirls; we are a community of varied people who have genuine interest in how models and members view the world of camming and beyond. Most of us here are very giving with our experiences, our thoughts and opinions, and our time.

For me, the people who join simply to post a capped picture or video and ask, "Who is this girl?" are missing the point that this is both a forum and a community. They don't seek to become a part of it or to contribute in any way. They are takers. It's irksome and tacky.

I realize stopping these posts is probably unrealistic. Obviously, there are all the aforementioned concerns about privacy, stalkers, and women being outed, but for me, it just comes down to basic decency. I don't see much decency in joining a forum that is clearly a community to post for the first time only to say, "Hey, give me what I want, so I can go fap to this chick I find hot."
That. Although someone with ill intentions could certainly become a regular before revealing a nasty side, forum members are much more willing to help out those we know. There have been a few members on this forum who have visited my room and tipped me, and if they ever posted a thread asking who a certain girl was, I wouldn't have as much of an issue telling them because they probably do genuinely want to visit her room to tip her. But for some random person? No.

As a side note, I find it really really strange for someone to go to a completely random forum full of strangers and ask about a random girl. The internet is so full of porn and camsites, do you really need to know who that exact person is? Out of the hundreds of thousands if not millions out there who put themselves out there on the internet, is there really not anyone else out there in the world of digital sex who can aid you in the same way as that mystery girl? If not, then I'm afraid that's stalkerish behaviour.
 

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That. Although someone with ill intentions could certainly become a regular before revealing a nasty side, forum members are much more willing to help out those we know. There have been a few members on this forum who have visited my room and tipped me, and if they ever posted a thread asking who a certain girl was, I wouldn't have as much of an issue telling them because they probably do genuinely want to visit her room to tip her. But for some random person? No.

As a side note, I find it really really strange for someone to go to a completely random forum full of strangers and ask about a random girl. The internet is so full of porn and camsites, do you really need to know who that exact person is? Out of the hundreds of thousands if not millions out there who put themselves out there on the internet, is there really not anyone else out there in the world of digital sex who can aid you in the same way as that mystery girl? If not, then I'm afraid that's stalkerish behaviour.
Yeah its just creepy
 
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As a side note, I find it really really strange for someone to go to a completely random forum full of strangers and ask about a random girl. The internet is so full of porn and camsites, do you really need to know who that exact person is? Out of the hundreds of thousands if not millions out there who put themselves out there on the internet, is there really not anyone else out there in the world of digital sex who can aid you in the same way as that mystery girl? If not, then I'm afraid that's stalkerish behaviour.
Before I found the world of camming, I used to watch porn. Cheap, free, easily-accessible porn. And I would always search for the situations or body attributes that I liked the most (we all have our "types"). Found one girl that fit all of the criteria (Nina Terror). That caused me to search for other videos she's done. Which led me to her website. Which I totally would have paid for if I wasn't a cheap bastard who only watched free porn. (Shame on me. I've learned my lesson.) Anyway, the point of the story is that yes, sometimes you do stumble across a person on the internet who you just have to see more of. Whether it's a Youtube channel about drunk cooking, or a blogger who writes about funny antics that he gets into being a single dad, or a Vine star who narrates strangers' actions, or a camgirl who fucks Ventriloquist dolls... sometimes you just need to see more! And sometimes, just sometimes, you might even be willing to pay that person for their entertainment (unless like you're like old me, booooooooo).

In the case of identifying camgirls, I will only say who it is if I A) know that she's ok with getting new viewers and being identified (like Amber) or B) ask her permission before answering the question.





Edit: when searching for Nina Terror's name on xvideos (cause I couldn't remember it), I stumbled across a video of @AJJupiter. You're so cute and identifiable, AJ. But if you want the link so you can see/remove it, just message me, pretty lady.
 
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As a side note, I find it really really strange for someone to go to a completely random forum full of strangers and ask about a random girl. The internet is so full of porn and camsites, do you really need to know who that exact person is? Out of the hundreds of thousands if not millions out there who put themselves out there on the internet, is there really not anyone else out there in the world of digital sex who can aid you in the same way as that mystery girl? If not, then I'm afraid that's stalkerish behaviour.
Like Iris said sometimes you see someone and just really want to see more of that person. Its like hearing a song and you dont know the name of it or who the artist is but you really want to find out so you can hear more from them. Having someone say to you "Oh theres loads of music on Youtube just go and listen to anyone else" is not really gonna help or stop you from trying to find the artist.
 
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I've been thinking about this topic and I've decided I am just going to help people looking for a camgirl if I know who she is from a video; for several reasons.

First, assuming everyone is a stalker is asinine. Most people aren't and I choose not to go through my life automatically concluding every one is before finding out.

Second, her job is online and depends on meeting new people. People who visit tube sites are no different than ones who visit camming sites. To assume otherwise defies logic and does nothing but deter potential income for her.

Third, it's not my responsibility to weed out the good ones from the bad ones for anyone else. She's online and accepts all consequences of her actions. So I'll leave that decision up to her.

Fourth. To take on that decision for her simply reduces her to the role of a little child who needs looking out for. That seems rather rude and demeaning. Frankly if I were a camgirl and someone was deciding I needed to be protected from all those bad potential stalkers I'd be offended, pissed off actually.

So I will be posting their camming name if I know it. If this offends anyone, come to a better realization of the realities of the job.
 

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@JerryBoBerry I assume you mean that it's a video posted on a tube site. But what if the media is picture form (like the one not too long ago with the guitar)? Those very easily could have come from her personal Facebook or something, so I think in instances like that, it's best to not give it out. However, if it's on a tube site, then the cat's already out of the bag, so to speak. I am guessing that in extreme cases where someone posts asking about a model, and said model finds the thread and does not want her cam name/site given out, she can always ask for the thread or post deleted. That would probably be a case-by-case basis, though. I"M JUST ASSUMING. YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE ASSUME!!!!!
 

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First, assuming everyone is a stalker is asinine. Most people aren't and I choose not to go through my life automatically concluding every one is before finding out.
Just pointing out this is a luxury provided to mostly men only. Do what you want but you're the one who has to live with those consequences if something bad happens....well and I guess the girl too.
 

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Ugh, several people found out that I cam, but luckily they don't know my username or cam site. This is my worst fear.

You most likely cam on a site that gets tens of thousands of visitors a day and has video of you on cam being posted to numerous other sites across the internet. If being recognized by your camming name on one forum is your worst fear you need to get out of camming now. Seriously.
 
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I had the opposite problem recently, I'm pretty sure I had seen the model elsewhere in another context but I can't remember where.
 

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