The internet is for porn—and cats and comic books and many other things—at Pillowfort.
He declined to discuss monetization strategies on the record, but said that they will be based on providing users the ability to earn money for their blogs.
The company says it only hides adult content from public view a slow, ongoing process , rather than deleting it from the database.
They can also search on anything—really, anything—that catches their fancy to find other blogs or posts.
That all changed in November , when Apple removed Tumblr from its App Store after finding that child pornography had slipped onto the site.
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New workplaces, new food sources, new medicine--even an entirely new economic system. So blog owners can still access all the original files. Imagery that just barely hides private parts seems to still be allowed. Sharesome gets content in your face even sooner. Users will also have to pay for uploads greater than a few megabytes. Financial self-sufficiency has slowed the growth of another emerging network, Pillowfort.