Tumblr Updates

Tumblr launched Community Labels yesterday, which allows consistent tagging of addiction, violent, and adult content, and for people to hide, blur, or show that content. It’s gone pretty well so far. We’ve still been getting a lot of questions if it’s going to be free-for-all with adult content again, and the short answer is no, but the longer answer is covered in Why “Go Nuts, Show Nuts” Doesn’t Work in 2022.

If you haven’t tried out Tumblr in a while, check it out. Lots of improvements the past few months, and it can be a refreshing alternative or add-on to your online social life. And get your friends on it too!

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  1. I’ve read your post on Tumblr. Very clear explanation. I remember a few years ago it was easy to find said content on Tumblr. Currently, government regulations in several countries are getting stricter. For example, recently the government in my country implemented a new rule in the form of a new licensing regulation, namely Registration for Foreign Electronic System Operators (I once contacted the Happiness Engineer to inform about this case). I agree that following the rules and business realities is a rational decision for a business.