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Pinterest is working out the kinks of its Acceptable Use Policy to allow for artistic nudity, Financial Times reports. As of right now, the policy still prohibits content that is "sexually explicit or contains nudity, partial nudity, or pornography," but the company would like to accommodate "people are passionate about art" that "may include nudes," according to a Pinterest spokesperson.
Likewise, a member of the Pinterest's PR team told Business Insider that distinguishing art nudes from porn nudes in the policy would pose "a lot of questions. We're working our way through those questions but we don't have any additional details to offer just yet." But apparently, both advertisers and users aren't scared of a little skin.
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