While those steps provide extra security for escorts, Mr Coppa said there were competing concerns on the client side. The app launched in August, but its developers have made changes since then to address those problems. So far, traffic on the app has been high but the number of bookings has been fewer than expected — there have been about since the launch. Mila Jovi, a name she uses for work, runs an escort agency in Sydney and said she thought stigma would stop people from taking advantage of the technology.
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Got a news tip? Langtrees' owner, Mary-Anne Kenworthy, says she's had Facebook pages taken down but they were not as valuable as her website forums. They are one of the bigger names in the Australian sex industry, but they are certainly not alone in using social networks to engage with their customers. Prostitution is not illegal in WA, but many brothels, call girls, escort services and "happy ending" massage parlours are not only spruiking their wares on websites, but also on social media.
And that's a no-no for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg whose social media behemoth forbids businesses offering sexual services to promote themselves.
Facebook's community standards promises to remove any material that "offers sexual services including prostitution, escort services and sexual massage".
The Catch for Facebook in carrying out that commitment, according to a Curtin University academic, is that its volume of pages is just too big. And there's also a commercial ramification in terms of loss of advertising revenue in voluntarily removing, potentially, millions of similar sex industry pages throughout the world. Senior lecturer in internet studies, Dr Tama Leaver, said pages promoting sexual services contravened Facebook's standards.
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