If you click it, you'll go home. Disturbingly Flickr has refused to reopen the debate. If breasts or buttocks are visible in the image, including tight or translucent clothing then the image must be flagged as "moderate". Many emails have been exchanged since this first contact and I am glad to announce that the matter has been resolved. Now i'm just totally blocked from view.
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Flickr replied by saying that the image needs to be moderate because the person is wearing "skin-tight" clothing. I am constantly reporting photo streams that are not moderated and Flickr makes them moderate their streams but some of them have really vile stuff on there. Flickr does not flag items as "adult" Flickr does have 3 safety flags you can apply to an image: The Searcher wrote I suspect those low-paid Porn Interns Do you actually have to pay people to check porn? I just got two new ones today.
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Nude Photos must not be flagged as Safe. Thank you for your support. Why would flickr allow nudity? Hi SmugMug, my wish list for Flickr Latest: They owe me reinstatement or refund. Informizely customer feedback surveys. Are they ever going to stop?
My alerts and comments aren't working Latest: In February , Flickr set my account to Restricted status, resulting in a drastic decrease in stream and photo viewership. None of them upload anything but 'safe' videos. If you click it, you'll go home. In a gist, if your photos contain nudity, you must flag them 'restricted'. BTW it is not "victorian" to talk about privacy and a question is a question, larigan.