Adult Content Policies: A Textbook Case of Private Censorship

Of the many reasons why social media platforms should resist pressure to “voluntarily” censor their users, one stands out: history shows that they will do it badly, taking down valuable and lawful content in the name of enforcing community standards. The result: practical speech discrimination. Facebook’s adult content policy is a textbook example. Since its early days, the platform has banned nearly all forms of nudity. But from day one, it has created reporting processes that conflate mere nudity with sexuality, and sexuality with pornography, and has …

Source: www.eff.org/deeplinks/2017/12/adult-content-policies-textbook-private-censorship-fail

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‘Women’s Health’ Magazine Explores Global Nudity

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The publication surveyed 18,000 readers around the world to understand how women perceive body image, acceptance and confidence… This year, 14 of its 19 international editions participated in the special issue. It explores what it means to be naked — physically, mentally and emotionally.

Source: www.mediapost.com/publications/article/322799/womens-health-explores-global-nudity.html

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