Wednesday 2 November 2022 05:46 PM Tumblr lifts its four-year ban on nudity just before news that Elon Musk plans ... trends now

Wednesday 2 November 2022 05:46 PM Tumblr lifts its four-year ban on nudity just before news that Elon Musk plans ... trends now
Wednesday 2 November 2022 05:46 PM Tumblr lifts its four-year ban on nudity just before news that Elon Musk plans ... trends now

Wednesday 2 November 2022 05:46 PM Tumblr lifts its four-year ban on nudity just before news that Elon Musk plans ... trends now

Tumblr lifts its four-year ban on nudity - sending Twitter users into a flurry after claims emerge that Elon Musk plans to charge for videos, including explicit content Tumblr is lifting its four-year ban on creations containing nudity The site banned the adult content in 2018 following a child pornography issue People will be able to sift through nudity for free on Tumblr, which sparked a flurry on Twitter, as users note Twitter is charging them to access the content 

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Tumblr announced nudity is allowed back on the platform for the first time since it was banned in 2018 - a move that comes just hours after Elon Musk plans to charge for video content on Twitter that some speculate will show adult content.

The microblogging site prohibited adult content after its app was removed from Apple’s App Store due to a child pornography incident.

The reinstatement allows users to sift through creations containing nudity, mature subject matters and sexual themes for free, while Twitter's option will come at a cost

Tumblr’s announcement has sparked excitement among users who joke while Twitter is asking users to pay for a blue checkmark, Tumblr is offering free nudes.

Tumblr is lifting its four-year ban on nudity, allowing users to share creations with mature subject matters and sexual themes that can be viewed for free

Tumblr is lifting its four-year ban on nudity, allowing users to share creations with mature subject matters and sexual themes that can be viewed for free

The updated Community Guidelines, however, note that ‘visual depictions of sexually explicit acts' are not allowed on Tumblr, which is likely due to the child pornography issue it faced four years ago.

Former Tumblr CEO Jeff D'Onofrio said in 2018 that the firm weighed the pros and cons thoroughly before making its decision to remove adult content, and said users who wanted to look at porn had 'no shortage' of other places to visit.

Years later Tumblr has

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