FSC Has Launched a Social Media Censorship Tool

The Free Speech Coalition (FSC) is a non-profit trade association that represents and advocates for the adult entertainment industry in the United States. Founded in 1991, the FSC's mission is to protect and promote freedom of speech, expression, and privacy rights for businesses and individuals within the adult industry.

The organization works to ensure that the rights of adult content creators, performers, and distributors are protected from censorship, discrimination, and other legal challenges. They provide information, resources, and support to industry professionals, engage in lobbying efforts to influence legislation and regulation, and participate in legal actions to defend the industry's rights.

The FSC also focuses on promoting the health, safety, and welfare of adult industry performers by supporting initiatives such as regular testing for sexually transmitted infections and advocating for fair labor practices. Additionally, the organization is involved in various public education campaigns to raise awareness about the industry's positive contributions to society and to combat negative stereotypes and stigmas associated with adult content.


The FSC's New Reporting Tool for Social Media Censorship

The Free Speech Coalition (FSC) has unveiled a new reporting tool designed for adult industry workers and businesses to document instances of social media censorship.

Social media censorship remains a major challenge for adult businesses, in order to combat and prevent it comprehensive data is required.

The submission form for the reporting tool requests essential information, including the account name, platform, approximate date of suspension, and any reasons provided by the platform for the suspension.

According to FSC's announcement, as the tool's usage increases, it will be better equipped to monitor, identify, and comprehend bans, shadowbans, suspensions, and other forms of censorship on social media platforms. The organization encourages anyone who has recently lost an account to report the incident, but also invites those who have experienced account closures in the past to use the tool to document those occurrences, which can help identify historical trends in account closures.

You may currently use the reporting tools submission form which can be found on the FSC's website.