ORLANDO, Fla. — Industry attorney Lawrence G. Walters has announced an update to his record-keeping mobile app Quick2257, which now allows content creators to generate an optional Consent Form in addition to a 2257 compliance form.
Quick2257, created by the Walters Law Group attorney, “is popular with adult producers and performers since it allows for simple creation of a legally-compliant Section 2257 form with integrated images of the performer’s ID and a ‘selfie’ verification photo," a rep noted.
The update is designed to address the recent consent documentation requirements imposed by various online platforms. The two separate forms can be saved to the device or mailed to the records keeper.
“With this update, models will be able to quickly generate both a 2257 document and Consent Form which includes the typical information demanded by the platform operators,” Walters noted. “Our goal was to simplify these legal requirements and allow everything to be generated in less than two minutes.”
The new Consent Form contains information such as the creator’s name and username, along with the name and authorized account of the platform where the content may be published. The creator can also limit the duration of the publication to a specific date, or authorize permanent publication of the content on the specified platform/account.
The update also allows users to choose photos from the camera roll and enhances the size and resolution of the images attached to the 2257 document, so “content creators who use the app can remain focused on creating valuable content without spending inordinate time drafting legal documents and forms,” the rep added.
The Quick2257 app is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play. For more information, visit Quick2257.com.