THIS IS WHAT I RECIEVED IN THE MAIL THE OTHER DAY
An update on the Blogger porn content policy
What this means for blog owners
- Commercial porn will continue to be prohibited.
- If you have pornographic or sexually explicit content on your blog, you must turn on the adult content setting so a warning will show. If a blog with adult content is brought to Google’s attention and the content warning is not active, we will turn on the warning interstitial for you. If this happens repeatedly, the blog may be removed.
- If you don't have sexually explicit content on your blog and you're following the rest of the Blogger Content Policy, you don't need to make any changes to your blog
This is good news and bad news. The good news is that blogger wont be allowing porn. So they took the decent path. Their reasoning reflects the internet market. Advertisers and customers for google blog are the moral sort and actually work. Unlike liberals who get their money from social security and DHHS and spend it on drugs and booze. It means that the consumer market is once again going the way of morality and Christian faith like 60 years ago.
As I believe I said once and will say again later in a future article capitalist markets reflect the consumers views and morals. If pornography and gore sells more than family entertainment and spiritual faith it means that the majority of the public is immoral. But if the sale of that and other crap is low than it means there is morality.
To put it bluntly, there is still hope for America after all.
Now the bad part. In which I paraphrase liberal hero former president Bill Clinton. It depends on what is is. So there is a small chance that liberals in Google (and sadly there are many who work for Google) will redefine nudity and porn to be pro-constitutional, pro-life, pro-Christian ETC. Just like they do on YouTube by banning conservative speech or suppressing it with warning guidelines so that young conservatives under 18 can't watch it and be enlightened and educated against communism.
Still I don't think we have to worry.