All of my hub page were rated mature!All of my hubs are really not mature
content,with only a few nude ,playboy word!Does it let the systems think that my hubs is mature.Someone who can help me!
Should I delete all the hubs tags playboy and with playboy in the title ,then the hubs will get normal.Someone who can help me ??
Hate to break it to you, but your hubs ARE mature. Whether you delete the tags or not, HubPages has a legal responsibility to make sure your hubs are (and stay) properly labeled.
LOLz. So aptly put Maddie.
youku, if it contains nudity, guess what! It's mature!
You need to understand this. Think of a child, at a school, browsing through Hubpages, do you really want them to see mature content? It doesn't matter how little the mature content is, it has crossed the line into mature.
Keep it safe and clean. Think about the kids.
Have two accounts if you please. One for mature one for Family Friendly stuff. Keep all the stuff you don't want to your old fashioned grandmother not to see out of the Family Friendly account.
Maybe I was browsing too fast, but what's mature about this: http://hubpages.com/hub/vida_guerra_playboy ?
And just to make a philosophical, let's say, point. Kids are far worst seeing war stuff on TV than that Hub above. I am aware of legal crap etc. that HubPages must endure, but I just felt the need to say this.
After a certain number of violations of the mature content policy (ie. incorrectly labeled hubs), we err on the side of caution and just mark all of your existing and future hubs as a mature. Once you've shown a repeated disregard for the rules, our willingness to spend time setting the flags correctly for you each time you create or modify a hub diminishes significantly.
Not technically, but I can understand the reasons for HubPages to mass mark some Hubs as adult because it's not possible to manually review all the "borderline" Hubs.
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