Twitter (TWTR) is getting rid of pornographic images as Vine bans nudity unless it’s for artistic or educational purposes.
The social network recently changed its rules and terms of service in order to ban sexually-explicit videos. This includes sex acts with other people, with objects, alone and sexually-explicit animations.
Twitter is also cracking down on users who have sexually-explicit videos and urging them to take them down. Those flagged for sexual content can have their accounts suspended until the content is removed.
However, the social network assured that nudity is still acceptable as long as it’s artistic, educational or a documentary.
TWTR stock is down about 2.5% on Friday.
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