Monday, June 1, 2009

shades of gray

Second Life® Adult Content designation updated 1 June 2009 - from blog post by Cyn Linden:

Educational and cultural content will be exempted.

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The complete wording in "Knowledge Base>Second Life Info>Legal Matters>Policies>Maturity Ratings: an overview" is this:
We may take into account whether apparent or reported adult content or conduct on a particular Region serves only an extremely limited or passive function, or an important educational or cultural function, and therefore would be appropriate for all Second Life audiences.
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From Second Life Support Center Adult-oriented content controls FAQ:
Content is flagged as Adult in two ways:

Use of adult keywords in names and descriptions
Location on an Adult region
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