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Sorry, TUMBLR Still Has Porn….

In late 2018 TUMBLR made the news by saying that it was going to remove all adult content, including images/videos with nudity or explicit sex, from the entire site. It seems that a significant number of the micro-blogs that TUMBLR facilitated contained adult material and there were no practical methods to restrict access.

Many parents and others who work to keep their children from inappropriate material cheered this announcement although others maintained a “wait-and-see” attitude. Fans of pornography were devastated and/or outraged.

So, how did that pan out?

In spite of TUMBLR’s announcement pornography and other material that is inappropriate for children and youth remains on TUMBLR. Not as much as there used to be, but still a significant (and increasing) amount.

In my review of the current state of TUMBLR I found the following:

  • Many older porn videos and images are no longer available.
  • Inappropriate images and videos not being removed. (Some have been up since early January 2019)
  • TUMBLR pornographers have merely taken to posting links to their “products” on web site, TWITTER, or other social media.

Accordingly, blacklist TUMBLR on family networks and on devices used by children and youth. It is just not safe for our children.

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