What Do Jeffrey Epstein & The Adult Industry Have in Common?

TAMPA, FL—The Clips4Sale Legal Zone covers some of the hottest legal topics in the news, as well as relevant developing issues that could impact the adult business in the future. Plus, there’s a live Q&A during the webinar to ask your burning questions—and that will take place on Monday, August 19, beginning at 4 p.m. EST/1 p.m. PST. During the show, Clips4Sale owner Neil and attorney Corey D. Silverstein join forces to impart knowledge to models and producers—and this time, they have a special guest joining the discussion, and it’s attorney Lawrence Walters.

This week, The Clips4Sale Legal Zone is covering a lot of ground, including Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide, sex trafficking, and how it doesn’t correlate with the adult industry. They’ll also discuss Instagram and Facebook’s continued denial of what they’re doing to the adult industry, as well as Corey and an online service provider being blocked/banned from both platforms. White v. Square, Inc. will also be discussed, and why this case really isn’t a win for sex workers and adult performers. And, this month’s business topic is payout percentages and how/why they are across multiple platforms and tips to navigate and understand the breakdowns.

Starting with this webinar, everyone is invited to attend, whether you’re a Clips4sale studio owner or not. Get all the details on the Clips4Sale Blog. For those who can’t make the live presentation, the full video will be available later here.

If you’re not already a producer or model on Clips4Sale, sign up now. Clips4Sale is the first and arguably best downloadable video clips site with the most traffic. Plus, it's the only clip site that prides itself on experience, trust, integrity, fairness, and diversity. Those interested may open a store here.