FSC Industry Code of Ethics

The FSC Industry Code of Ethics is a set of guidelines, adhered to by FSC members, in order to promote high business standards and responsible business practices. When you see the FSC COE emblem (at left), this is a cue to colleagues and consumers that tells them they’re dealing with a business they can trust. Please contact us for more information about the FSC Code of Ethics program.

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Performer Availability Screening Services

FSC Performer Availability Screening Service (PASS) provides guidelines and services for the adult production industry designed to ensure a safe and healthy work environment of performers and adult film professionals. The PASS program was developed by industry stakeholders, compliance experts, doctors and attorneys, to uphold performer testing protocols and industry standards for self-regulation.

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APAC Model Bill of Rights

FSC members endorse and are asked to display the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee’s (APAC) Model Bill of Rights and Professional Code of Conduct. The goal of these documents is to educate performers and producers about their rights, encourage professionalism and understanding between co-workers on-set.

The national trade association, FSC, strongly endorses and supports the rights, privileges, and responsibilities that APAC awards to performers and workers in our industry.

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The Free Speech Coalition began working with the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) and others in 2016, after a report showed that many adult sites were vulnerable to hacking. In the past several years, adult sites of all sizes have suffered security breaches that have resulted in pirated content, exposed user databases, and millions in lost income.

“The HTTPS protocol is something every webmaster should be moving toward,” says Eric Paul Leue, Executive Director of the Free Speech Coalition. “It’s crucial to the survival of our business and, thanks to the resources from the CDT and others, the transition is much easier than many think.”

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Our multi-faceted and diverse industry has historically been underserved, harassed, and discriminated against. FSC is committed to designing and expanding programs that protect, enhance, support, and help guide businesses, industry workers, and the communities we work with and for.

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