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Tumblr's adult content ban dismays some users: 'It was a safe space' | Technology | The Guardian
Since Tumblr announced this week that it will no longer be part of that internet, many users are mounting an exodus to existing networks like still-freewheeling Twitter, as well as efforts to build a new kind of Tumblr—or rather, the kind of Tumblr that Tumblr had been until now. Though less active on Tumblr now, she tells me she used her blog there as an informal way to communicate with clients. So, all that Tumblr nonsense may finally force me to use my Twitter account. Never used it before, so it may take me some time to figure things out, but hey… hi????.
Google bans 'explicit' adult content from Blogger blogs
A podcast about pregnancy and drug use, Native people and tribal sovereignty. I posted this to the site project partners use to communicate, about the site we use. The real question is how this plays out and affects users. This is reasonable. However, if complaints are the criteria, such justification could be used to shut down forums about any topic, including non-adult themes like our research project discussion, if enough people complain.
Welcome to Google Sites, a free service for you to communicate, connect and collaborate with other users. We'd like to maintain an environment in which users are free to express their viewpoints and connect with others. In order to maintain this environment and ensure a positive user experience, we need to curb abuses that threaten our ability to provide this service and the freedom of expression that it encourages. As a result, there are some boundaries on the type of content that can be hosted with Google Sites.