Google: porn on bloggers are okay, but not advertising for porn

Jun

28

2013

Google: porn on bloggers are okay, but not advertising for porn

Google is also the operator of the blogging platform Blogger. There are also, if the blog properly categorized, blogs allowed with pornographic content or as Google puts it, “show pictures and videos of nudity and sexual activity.”
Google: porn on bloggers are okay, but not advertising for porn

For this purpose there is in blogger to highlight the corresponding own blog now, and if visitors want to access on this weblog, they first get a warning about the bare facts and content that they may not want to see, find disturbing or offensive to the possibility could . So far so good. 30th June now enters a new “Adult Content Policy” at Blogger in force strictly prohibited by such content, bloggers earn money with it:

blogger capture 605×424 Google: Pornos auf Blogger sind okay, Werbung für Pornos aber nicht

Previously blogs were already prohibited, which consisted to a considerable extent from porn advertising. In the currently valid German version of the content policies are reading this:

Adult Content: We do not allow the publication of adult content on Blogger, including images or videos that contain nudity or sexual acts. Mark your blog but in this case in your Blogger settings as a non-family. Otherwise, we reserve the right to ask for it behind a ‘mature content.

Of our policy for adult content, there are some exceptions:

– Do not use Blogger to make money with adult content. For example, create any blogs where a significant portion of the content is ads or links to commercial porn sites there.
– No incest or bestiality content: We do not allow content in images, videos or text, constitute incest or bestiality or call them.

In the future, ie no porn advertising is allowed anymore to Blogger. It is probably to be expected that the number of corresponding blogs (how many are there, anyway?) Will decrease, which is probably the purpose of the action. Simply ban would indeed be very smell of censorship, so Google makes it easy for porn bloggers financially unattractive to host there. This of course does not alter the general availability of such content on the net, but since then no one visited all these sites that’s not important anyway … 😉

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