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Reddit Bans Non-Consensual Nude Photos in New Privacy Policy

The site’s privacy team shockingly exhibits a sense of moral decency.

Photo by Flickr user Eva Blue.

Reddit announced yesterday that it was banning nude photos taken without the consent of the subject, allowing them to fulfill what is the baseline requirement for human decency. In a statement posted to the site, the Reddit team declared, with all the smugness of a child who’s mastered toilet training at last, that they’ve revised their privacy policy to reflect their newfound respect for human dignity.

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Digital Makeover: Find Out What's in Terms of Service Agreements #30DaysofGOOD

Do you know what you're consenting to when you agree to a site's policies? Take some time to find out.

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