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      Ed
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      Auxilia
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      Oh dear Ed – seems to have disappeared?

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      Ed
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      That’s a pity. I don’t know what YouTube’s policy is on Nudity. Some sexual nudity stays there for years while some obviously artistic nudity gets taken down in days. It makes no sense. Also, I don’t know why they frequently delete nudity while appearing to be unbothered about some fairly extreme violence and gore.

      If Article 13 goes ahead in its current form, we won’t have YouTube anyway. I’m guessing Vimeo etc. would be forced to go the same way. The way its looking, I’ll have to stop all user uploads and embedding. That will probably kill this community once and for all. The only way we could proceed would be if members sent each photo/video to me and I verified each individually.

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      Auxilia
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      Vimeo kicked me for posting a strip poker game on there a while back and their explanation was so confusing as to be idiotic.  I have noticed a more laissez-faire attitude to nudity on YouTube of late.

      Article 13 – I can’t see it happening – the money and vested interest wrapped up on all the video hosting sites means that any legislation to remove them could go on for years.

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      Ed
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      The totalitarian EU has the backing of the big media producers who are fed up of their content (or parts thereof) being distributed for free. They’ve been pushing for this for a long time.

      Also, it seems most of the MEPs have no clue about how the Internet is used.

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