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Valve won’t be censoring any games on their platform

Gaming platform Valve just released an announcement that they will no longer be censoring most content on the Steam store. Last month, makers of Japanese-style...
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Apple Is Restricting Access To Adult Content On Reddit

Another day, another announcement from Apple that shows just how tightly they’re gripping to their former leader’s anti-porn, anti-sex stance. The latest in the...
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Amazon Is Ghettoizing Romance And Erotica For No Clear Reason

Sigh. Do you really think limiting access to erotica is worth this much attention? Really, guys?
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Link Love: Siren launches in SF, Oculus Rift Porn, and Watching...

Oculus Has No Plans to Block Virtual Reality Porn While rumor says Twitter is about to ban millions of porn accounts, Facebook owned Oculus VR...

The Future of Freedom of Information

With 2015 fully underway, we like to think of ourselves as enlightened beings; mature enough to handle the difference between fact and fallacy. In...
Google bans adult content on Blogger

Google Quietly Bans Adult Content in its Blogs

Google is cracking down on adult content again -- this time, the target is its blogging platform Blogger. An e-mail sent out to users...

Je Suis Charlie

We offer our deepest condolences and sympathy to the families of those killed in the attack. To those who were murdered, we raise a...

Fighting Against the Global War on Free Speech

For students of media policy and its relationship with popular culture, 2014 provided frequent fodder for analysis; presenting a mixture of factors that point...
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Apple Pulls Consent App Good2Go For Being “Excessively Objectionable”

Last month, an app called Good2Go made headlines as the startup solution to date rape. Requiring users to go through a four minute “sobriety...

Google says “no” to sexy

Is it 2010? Because it feels like 2010. What with arbitrary app approvals, app purges, and moral responsibilities and such. Just before the weekend, Google sent out...