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They were looking at Royal Assent perhaps occurring today. Once that happens, there will be a 30 day grace period before it becomes law.

 

Hmmm i wonder how many wonderful ladies can i see in 30 days. Lol..

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I don't know why everyone wants to just follow suit, move your stuff offshore. Move your web site offshore and problem solved. All CERB needs to do is change the name and move the hosting offshore. Don't cave in, fight back!

 

If only it was that simple. It is not, if you operate the site from Canada you have to follow the canadian rules. We will adapt. Other sites moving offshore and still running things in Canada and allowing the advertisers and such to break the law... it will come back on the site owner if they are in Canada.

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Just a thought to share, as for being concerned over old ads, reco's etc...

we can also add a small disclaimer to each ad that states

 

" I work within the guidelines of Canada Criminal Code. My services are for time only"

 

I feel this could explain the sudden change in your ad style etc..and if they can not understand then trust me if they see that from everyone then it will be understood.

 

Just a thought....

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I t looks like the Sex Trade Is Dead In The Water. This is nothing but a money maker for the Canadian Gov't , They will crack down hard with a task force passing out heavy fines. In reality they should really be going after these manics running our country killing innocent soldiers who knows the next target, the Gov't should Focus more on the safety of Canadians and our Armed Forces.

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I don't think current cerb ladies would be banned, probably more along the lines if you did advertise sexual services then this would likely get you banned as it would be against the rules... My take.

 

 

i would think that the problem comes in what is actually posted on this site itself. One of my main ad sites (local ads) did a complete overhaul and moderates all new ads to ensure they comply. Well, bp does the same thing, if you post a new ad, plus they already have as their terms, no sexual services permitted.

 

They control the content to comply with the law. What those advertisers do elsewhere has nothing to do with that site, or this one. One of the US sites did their own overhaul, and they no longer permit website links on the ads they post. They also moderate all new ads, to ensure they comply with the no sexual services rule.

 

it is up to the site to monitor what people post on the site, but they will not be liable for simply allowing an sp to post a rule complian ad here, if she does ads elsewhere that would break a rule on this site. doesn't make sense.

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i would think that the problem comes in what is actually posted on this site itself. One of my main ad sites (local ads) did a complete overhaul and moderates all new ads to ensure they comply. Well, bp does the same thing, if you post a new ad, plus they already have as their terms, no sexual services permitted.

 

They control the content to comply with the law. What those advertisers do elsewhere has nothing to do with that site, or this one. One of the US sites did their own overhaul, and they no longer permit website links on the ads they post. They also moderate all new ads, to ensure they comply with the no sexual services rule.

 

it is up to the site to monitor what people post on the site, but they will not be liable for simply allowing an sp to post a rule complian ad here, if she does ads elsewhere that would break a rule on this site. doesn't make sense.

No I agree with you, it was more of posting on cerb and not what someone does on another site... Only referring to cerb itself.

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i would think that the problem comes in what is actually posted on this site itself.....

 

it is up to the site to monitor what people post on the site, but they will not be liable for simply allowing an sp to post a rule compliant ad here, if she does ads elsewhere that would break a rule on this site. doesn't make sense.

 

Nevertheless, mod has said differently. In another thread he wrote, in red:

Anyone offering services on websites off cerb that advertises fs activities will not be permitted to post here either. Any known fs prostitute will not be permitted to advertise on cerb....

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ANYONE publicly offering prostitution related services will NOT Be permitted to advertise here. If the ladies website says she offers services then she will not be allowed to advertise here. Only ESCORTS, DANCERS, MASSAGE, NON FS FETISH, ETC... can advertise once this law becomes in effect. Anyone who wishes to continue to advertise on cerb must ensure they NO LONGER OFFER services of a sexual nature.

 

You can always work as an escort (paid date, no sex just pay for time you spend with a lovely lady ... or man) but anyone advertising sexual services in exchange for money will have to advertise that somewhere else. If we on cerb are aware the person is advertising sexual services it would be our duty to remove the advertisement and ask that person to no longer advertise here.

 

Everyone should READ the new bill to see what the new law is all about.

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I t looks like the Sex Trade Is Dead In The Water. This is nothing but a money maker for the Canadian Gov't , They will crack down hard with a task force passing out heavy fines.

 

When earth itself self destructs will be the only time the sex trade will be dead in the water !!

 

Additional notes:

 

I edited and shortened my post as I realized lots of important discussion going on here at the moment.

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ANYONE publicly offering prostitution related services will NOT Be permitted to advertise here. If the ladies website says she offers services then she will not be allowed to advertise here. Only ESCORTS, DANCERS, MASSAGE, NON FS FETISH, ETC... can advertise once this law becomes in effect. Anyone who wishes to continue to advertise on cerb must ensure they NO LONGER OFFER services of a sexual nature.

 

You can always work as an escort (paid date, no sex just pay for time you spend with a lovely lady ... or man) but anyone advertising sexual services in exchange for money will have to advertise that somewhere else. If we on cerb are aware the person is advertising sexual services it would be our duty to remove the advertisement and ask that person to no longer advertise here.

 

Everyone should READ the new bill to see what the new law is all about.

Mod, I understand you are talking about advertising but I have a question regarding recommendations and reviews:

 

Since no "known prostitutes" can advertise on Cerb, what if I or any other lady receives a reco or review (irregardless of the board) mentioning sexual activities... Will any of us lose our advertising privileges on Cerb as a result?

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I also have a question for mod!

 

When/how can we find out if our site is within your guidelines?

I completely respect your decision, as it is only yours to make, but how do I know my website is "vague" enough to comply with your expectations? I would have PM'd but this seems like it would be better spoken aloud for other curious providers to know. Thanks!

I am worried as my site does feature an R-rated visual blog, which happens to feature a non-client male participant btw, but nowhere in my entire site does it mention the purchase of sex. Would the blog be considered too suggestive in your opinion?

Edited by xxxAxxx

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I took all my erotic blogs down yesterday...I figure it was a bit too much. If I'm not gonna advertise sexual services...my erotic blog should not stay up...but that's my opinion...every other lady should do as they see fit

 

Bj

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I took all my erotic blogs down yesterday...I figure it was a bit too much. If I'm not gonna advertise sexual services...my erotic blog should not stay up...but that's my opinion...every other lady should do as they see fit

 

Bj

 

Darn i did not even know you had an erotic blog and now i have missed it lolol

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Darn i did not even know you had an erotic blog and now i have missed it lolol

 

I feel for ya Ice4fun! LOL.....

 

But maybe...just maybe things like this will be worked out after everyone feels more secure with this. I mean this is the first time in our history purchasing services are a crime! That is pretty big when you think of it, like the prohibition of alcohol lol....

 

I have a feeling we maybe able to continue our fantasy writtings, what about 50 shades of grey?? lol....

 

Give it time to soak in and after we digest the little details we may see things popping up again:) ( hmm pun??? not sure lol)

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You know that the Charter says we have free speech. Nothing can be said if you make it look like a work of fiction but it really is not! Everyone enjoys an erotic story I am sure.

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You know that the Charter says we have free speech. Nothing can be said if you make it look like a work of fiction but it really is not! EVeryone enjoys an erotic story I am sure.

 

FOR SURE...and there are now many episodes and movies that are essentially a "story" but just also want to clarify...( ya here it is lol)

 

It would be a different story as an ad. As far as CERB regulations and other advertising venues. As I am sure no web site would want to risk the hassle of being in a position that required any kind of evolvement in any case:(

 

But...doesn't stop us having a story as a link to our sites or even on our sites??? But would need a disclaimer none the less.

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I was thinking about your website more or less and not Cerb on this posting.

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I was thinking about your website more or less and not Cerb on this posting.

 

If I were to do such a thing I would probably put it on a blog not associated with my website as having to comply with Cerb rules.

 

Give them the link and they can decide for themselves.

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I got thinking of the laws, the way it is worded we just can not allow anyone to advertise here for prostitution services. It's not to say the members here can not advertise for non-fs services here and on personal websites advertise other things... they just can not LINK from cerb to that website that offers those things.

 

Say I am a tire salesman and I also sell pop machines on the side. I can advertise the tires here and the pop machines somewhere else (Not having the two professions directly related if I choose not to). So if you do offer prostitution services just don't advertise them here and dont put links to any ads or websites that you do offer such things. I think that will comply with the laws. We are trying to bring cerb up to date with the new laws to comply with the new rules so no one gets in trouble. We can still have our conversations here, maintain the Sp only area to help keep the ladies safe and still show a positive side to the adult industry. We just need to conform and comply with and its going to take some work to work out the bugs.

 

SO I AM AT THIS TIME RETRACTING WHAT I SAID HERE "Anyone offering services on websites off cerb that advertises fs activities will not be permitted to post here either. Any known fs prostitute will not be permitted to advertise on cerb.... " and as long as we do not have a LINK directly to that site from cerb it should be fine.

 

I am working on a new set of rules for the site but as everyone should know by now you CAN NOT advertise ANY prostitution related services on cerb. Please and thanks.

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Mod, I understand you are talking about advertising but I have a question regarding recommendations and reviews:

 

Since no "known prostitutes" can advertise on Cerb, what if I or any other lady receives a reco or review (irregardless of the board) mentioning sexual activities... Will any of us lose our advertising privileges on Cerb as a result?

 

MOD, what about the above?

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The law as it is written says "286.4 Everyone who knowingly advertises an offer to provide sexual services for consideration is guilty" if ads posted on cerb do not offer any sexual services then they are permitted from my understanding.

 

Also we do have 30 days grace. "The provisions of this Act, other than sections 46 to 48, come into force 30 days after the day on which this Act receives royal assent." so 30 days from yesterday.

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MOD, what about the above?

 

You'll naturally want the final word from MOD, but based on the latest rule wording (great change, IMO!) I don't see how the lady could be faulted if a guy mentions sexual services in a recommendation or even shares a link to her site.

 

Since MOD seems to be saying you'll only get in trouble if you post about sexual services or link to a site that does, then I would assume in the above scenario it would be the gent that would have broken the rules, not the lady.

 

Actually, even before this latest rule change, I can't see how anyone would reasonably hold the ladies responsible for a guy's actions. In no way is it her fault or under her control if someone else is ignorant of the rules.

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Originally Posted by Gabriella Laurence viewpost.gif

Mod, I understand you are talking about advertising but I have a question regarding recommendations and reviews:

 

Since no "known prostitutes" can advertise on Cerb, what if I or any other lady receives a reco or review (irregardless of the board) mentioning sexual activities... Will any of us lose our advertising privileges on Cerb as a result?

 

I am sure adult fun will happen between two consenting adults at times (it's human nature) but the rule is the ladies can not ADVERTISE it is available and on the FLIP SIDE if the guys confess to it taking place then it could incriminate them (also some bad people may write things to try to cause drama saying that someone is offering sexual ........) so to protect everyone the CENSOR system here is being used to REMOVE any words that may not be appropriate so that the site conforms to the new laws and the new way of doing things. Lots of people do not pay attention to laws (most people in Canada have no clue what the law is in Canada on topics like this) and since we (the moderators) can not read every post (ad or discussion thread) the censor system along with the REPORT POST system must help out here to enforce the new rules so the site can continue to stay online and worth within the law. right?

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oh man im getting more and more confused, the law is not even IN yet and everybody is changing things

 

 

i was of the understanding that INDEPENDENT escorts CAN LEGALLY advertise their own sexual ........ once the law is active?

 

ughhh what a mess

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