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Bonus Camgirl Tip: Doxxing - What It Is, How To Avoid It!

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Doxxing is a major issue in the adult industry, and especially when it comes to camming. Camgirls might get doxxed out of malicious intent, or they might actually get doxxed by accident by an ignorant fan or customer! Doxxing can occur on social media, on the camming and clip sites, forums and communities and other places. Here's information on how to prevent doxxing and how to deal with it.

What Is Doxxing: Doxxing is  where your identity and personal information is exposed. Doxxing is usually intentional, but it does happen by accident as well. Whether malicious or not, it's a major issue. Privacy is a huge concern for camming models and for good reasons! There's a lot of creepers out there, and there's also a lot of stigma towards sex work.

How stars Get Doxxed: There's a lot of things that lead to doxxing. It could be another model after a falling out that might have 2257 documentation on file. It could be a customer who got the contact information through a payment app. It could be a customer who finds the personal social media accounts of a model. It could be an ex boyfriend/girlfriend after a falling out. It could be someone you know personally who sees you in .

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