Google to curb sharing of adult content on Blogger
Google reverses decision to ban adult content on Blogger - The Verge
After March 23, blogs that publicly share images and videos that are sexually explicit or show graphic nudity will be converted into private blogs for which access will be by invitation only. Though no content will be deleted from these blogs, private content can only be seen by the owner or administrator of the blog and people who the owner has shared the blog with, according to a post on a Google support page. For any blogs set up after March 23, Google may remove the blog or take other action if it includes adult content that breaches its rules. A number of users said Monday on forums that they had received emails from Google advising them of the change in policy. Its current rules allow adult content on Blogger, "including images or videos that contain nudity or sexual activity," but requires that the blogs be marked as 'adult' in Blogger settings. Blogs marked as adult are placed behind an 'adult content' warning when users access them. The company, however, has a "zero-tolerance" policy on Blogger with regard to content that exploits children such as child sexual abuse imagery and content connected with pedophilia.
Bypass Blogger Content Warning On Offensive Blogspot Sites
Check The "Adult Content? By Nitecruzr September 01, Occasionally, a blog owner may find his blog prefaced by one of two possible content warnings.
It is very useful in the sense that the owner of the blog site does not need to have any knowledge in creating a website such as registering a domain, signing up for a webhost, updating the name server, installing and configuring FTP client software , uploading files and etc. With a blogging platform such as Blogger, all you need to do is sign up for a free account, choose a subdomain name, select a design from the available templates and start writing with a WYSIWYG editor. Blogger is owned by Google and is one of the most used blogging platforms today. In general, Google does not review nor do we endorse the content of this or any blog. There is no way to manually bypass the content warning and head straight to the website because if you look at the URL, the guestAuth query string comes with 78 random characters.