The topic's already been discussed recently (and at great length) on this other thread:

I know it's a hot topic, but just wanted to direct you to some of the discussion that's already taken place, so we don't tread over the same territory.

Harold J. Johnson
I Took My Stuffed Dog Out
For a Drag

On 1/10/06, Devlon < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Let's talk.

It's a hot topic right now since our (Mefeedia) site chose one method
to make the site 'safe for work' etc.

Disclaimer: I want to talk as an individual, not as someone affiliated
with Mefeedia.  That being said...

There is a post on the Mefeedia blog that pointed out how content that
might not be safe for work is handled.  The author of the post picked
the first feed that they came across, it was never meant to single out
anyone.  Apologies for singling out anyone that was not the intent at

I've spent the morning listening to Richard's podcast.  And he's
asking questions...I have some answers, as an individual, not as a
spokesperson of mefeedia.

Why do we need do cover up images like a vagina smoking a cigarette
(for example)?  Personally, I know that kids will find porn online,
that's not why I feel some images need to be categorized or 'covered
up'.  I feel it is important for browsing at work or something like
that, maybe over at my parent's places, etc.  So here I am browsing
around and I get explicit images on the screen, my boss comes in my
office and thinks I am browsing porn.

I have no problem with porn, trust should see my
collection...It has nothing to do with monetization, etc.  It's about
having a site that everyone can use anywhere, in a school, in a
library, etc.

Freedom of speech is thrown around right and left, but if a review of
someone's feed isn't appreciated, then it's 'a bad' review, or
un-fair.  How does that work?

I have questions.  How do the other sites handle content?  How do we
as a community make sites that everyone, anyone can watch anywhere?

There are several feeds that have been flagged as potential adult
content, not just the one, there are 25 of them.  But I agree that
there should be some dialog with the producers of the feeds before
they get flagged, that's where Mefeedia did go wrong, agreed.  The
process is being refined.  It's not the content of the video that I
feel needs to be indentified, it's the thumbnails.

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