If violence & swear words are part of a news article - can they be included in a hubpage?
I'm worried I might get banned from Hubpages. I hope that if the images of corpses and the warning sign are not too much for Hubpaged Admins to stomache. If so - I hope they tell me to omit these images before banning me outright.
If I were you I would read the TOS. if now just do it and see what happens.
WThanks I found it, "If your hubs are identified as in violation, we generally will give you an opportunity to correct the problem and republish the hub. However, repeated violations will result in your account being closed ....
And my hub does NOT contain the following "pornographic, defamatory, libelous, tortious, vulgar, obscene, invasive of privacy, racially or ethnically objectionable, hateful, promotes or provides instructional information about illegal activities, promotes any act of cruelty to animals, or is otherwise offensive."
I was worried about the picture of the corpses.
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