Private corporations have now become the arbiters of community standards, making decisions about what content is permissible to circulate. Author provided (No reuse) The social networking and microblogging site Tumblr announced on Monday that from December 17 it will no longer host adult content on its platform. The Washington Post reported that the policy “removes one of the last major refuges for pornography on social media”. But the move will affect more than just porn. Over time, Tumblr has become […]
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