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Submitted by Settler 833d ago | news

Yahoo won't restrict porn on Tumblr

The Verge- During Yahoo's Flickr press event this evening, CEO Marissa Mayer responded to a question about restricted content on Tumblr, and confirmed that Yahoo has no plans to cull controversial material — meaning Tumblr's porn is safe. "It's the nature of user-generated content," Mayer said, answering one of the most pressing questions for many users of the service since rumors of the $1.1 billion acquisition began to swirl (Services, Tumblr, Web, Yahoo)

Settler  +   833d ago
thanks yahoo ;)
evil_element  +   833d ago
2 weeks later, tumblr user base drops 90%
fatstarr  +   833d ago
If yahoo wants this to be successful they better not do anything.

Wait till they find the botnet pages and the hidden tumblr piracy network.
evil_element  +   833d ago
They will find skillful ways to get rid of stuff they don't like.

The internet is gradually turning into a corporate prison for all the users out there.
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