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5 thoughts on “Why, frog?

  • Mike

    from http://yfrog.com/page/tos

    “The following types of content constitutes “abuse” and may not be uploaded or distributed through the ImageShack Network:
    Pornographic content. This includes, but is not limited to, content depicting genitalia, nudity, or sexual situations.”

    Using this section of their Terms & Conditions I believe this was a defensible policy enforcement decision.

    Whether or not yfrog’s decision to use the term “Pornographic” to include all “content depicting genitalia, nudity, or sexual situations” is a separate question. If you received notice that content you uploaded was removed for violating their Pornographic Content standard it’s important to understand that this language is being used in the context of a policy action, and isn’t trying to adjudicate whether or not the photo contains pornography per se.

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  • Janie

    It didn’t deserve to be censored
    It vaguely reminds me of a dream I had years ago but without the mouth.

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  • Theresa Geary

    It probably boils down to one person who had to “discern”….he/she decided that she could recognize boobs, a decidedly sexual body part. Perhaps that person did not notice the big picture, that it is an artistic depiction.
    Oh well, not the most important thing in the world to be concerned about……

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  • Janie

    I should have written, without the mouth and the nose.
    Also, the woman ( in my dream) was maybe 50 ft. tall.

    Love the favicon!! 🙂

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