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YouTube reconsiders removal of artistic nudity


YouTube reconsiders removal of artistic nudity

The National Coalition Against Censorship and the Electronic Frontier Foundation both chimed in this week in support of Greenfield.

"If a user community video is flagged as inappropriate, YouTube should at least have an appeals process to allow an artist to explain the artistic merit," EFF attorney Kurt Opsahl wrote on the organization's blog. "While we understand YouTube's desire to keep pornography off its servers, it must also understand that not all nude art is pornographic."

Friday, February 26, 2010
Los Angeles Times

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