Can HubPages really manage adult content?
I recently saw a hub posted describing ways to supposedly master sexual performance - details included. For a moment I thought of all the teenage hubbers that will have access to that hub. Oh my!
It is up to all hubbers to make sure and report these violations to Hubpages. Those things do not belong here.
If you find a hub that you believe violates the TOS, report it. With all the activity on this site, it's possible that a hub with content that's not allowed might have slipped through.
I agree JThomp42. However, I believe that some hubbers might argue that HubPages will then be infringing on their rights to post "important" or "necessary" information. How does HubPages determine what is or isn't important or necessary? Especially if other adults agree on the necessity of the adult content?
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