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Though precise estimates are complicated by differences in definitions of work and the way statistics are counted, the data suggests at least 10% of the labour force in industrialised economies now rely primarily on gig work for their income.
The contract is just over 1,500 words — theoretically short enough to read, though it's likely few do so entirely.
But in reality they are a trap for the unwary.
The platform would not have been liable.
Future challenges The OnlyFans case thus highlights the precarity of gig work, and some interesting legal, social and governance challenges for the future.