Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Also:

And while I was looking through my files, I happened to glance at the screenshots uploaded to the Nos' RR Companions file.

I hadn't checked that file in a good six months, and apparently I really can't take my eyes off you people for more than a week or two.

Seems Vancleef uploaded a screenshot of Katie in an outfit that's got some nipple-slip going on. I'm not going to go on a tear about someone dressing up my companions -- if I was worried about that I wouldn't have uploaded them -- but I'm pretty sure explicit nudity is a violation of the Nexus ToS for images for quite awhile now. I must not have noticed it before because the old site code didn't show user-uploaded images on the front page of the file entry like it does now.

So that has to go away. And now I've got to check all the other files, too...

5 comments:

  1. Nexus has no issues with explicit nudity in screenshots, ONLY if the mod is marked with the "adult-only content" tag. If it's not marked as such, then any screenshots have to be "appropriately edited" or removed

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  2. Did you check that?

    I just ask, because there was a huge forum tiff a while back surrounding a policy change. Way I read it, nudity was okay in file screenshots, but not the imageshare; but then they changed the policy to disallow 'male nudity' even in file screens, which caused a public outcry so they just axed all nudity, even from adult only flagged files.

    Again, or so I read. It has been awhile.

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  3. It's the Nexus so I'd be careful. Did you see the screenshots posted by a moderator showing off his access to the control panel used to ban people? I just wish I'd kept copies of them.

    Damn blogger, eating my posts -_-

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  4. "Did you see the screenshots posted by a moderator showing off his access to the control panel used to ban people?"

    Didn't see that (I try to avoid the forums when possible) but it doesn't surprise me a bit.

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  5. well, if they have rules against it - they're definitely not enforcing it.

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