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Another threat noted by Bartlett comes from internet "trolls" who try to identify camgirls and ruin their lives just for the fun of it.

He describes one nightmare incident, in which one camgirl, Sarah, was asked to post naked photos of herself on 4chan: one with her first name written somewhere on her body, and another holding a bottle of any medication she was taking.

As health legislation, technology and commercial trends continue to drive traditional porn production from Los Angeles, Mugur Frunzetti hopes to make Hollywood the latest outpost in a growing video sex chat empire.

By providing professional sets, technical support and coaching to a legion of up-and-coming “web camming” or “camming” models, the bespectacled entrepreneur hopes to profit from the new face of adult entertainment -- or what industry experts call Porn 2.0.

As it turns out, Sarah had inadvertently provided enough personal information to allow 4chan users to track her down.

Soon, her full name, address, and telephone number were revealed, and a fake Facebook account with all of her naked photos was made in her name.

In his book, "The Dark Net," Jamie Bartlett explores, among other things, the large network of websites that allow amateur pornographers to upload explicit videos or perform live for a chatroom audience. Websites like Chaturbate and We Cam Girls use a "tipping" system that lets viewers pay to see certain sex acts.

Studio 20, as it’s known, features a variety of bedroom sets where camming models banter with web surfers online and entice them to enter private sessions where models will undress, act out fantasies, or follow explicit instructions … Once viewed as a small niche in the world of adult entertainment, camming today has become “the engine of the porn industry,” according to Alec Helmy, the publisher of Xbiz, a sex-trade industry journal.

I spent most of yesterday morning mulling over Tara Bahrampour’s article in the Washington Post headlined “‘There isn’t really anything magical about it’: Why more millennials are avoiding sex.” The crux of her argument relates to a new study in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior that finds...

(Melissa Batchelor Warnke)True or not, Frunzetti is an unlikely porn baron.

“Before, I thought I just had to be this sexy, horny little thing,” she said.

“Here, they’ve shown it’s OK just to be myself.”While other cam companies allow models to have sex during chats, Studio 20 workers are barred from working with others on camera, and cannot meet customers.“That’s a whole other business that we are not into,” said Frunzetti, who claims his studio fills an existential need.“We are trying to help people,” he said. They need to fall in love with somebody, they need a nice time with a very beautiful lady that they cannot have in real life.” I spent most of yesterday morning mulling over Tara Bahrampour’s article in the Washington Post headlined “‘There isn’t really anything magical about it’: Why more millennials are avoiding sex.” The crux of her argument relates to a new study in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior that finds...

Big spenders are also listed as the cam model's "favorites."Many models also have Amazon-like "wishlists" where fans can go and buy them things, whether it be a breast enlargement or a washing machine.

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