The situation with Thomas Monopoly's account was resolved. Here's the story from his viewpoint: http://www.twitlonger.com/show/bvqdos . About the image in question, in his write-up he said "I too found the image bordering on the limits of what is legally permissible and hoped to highlight the fact that it is allowed to exist within a grey area of legality." Um, maybe don't upload images like that?
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- I also agree with Matt. If you want to test limits, you are sometimes going to get tackled. More than naive to be surprised.Jul 27, 2011
- Agreed. ()Jul 27, 2011
- Yes, I have been known to engage the masses at will from time to time. :-) It's probably time for me to bow out of this thread, I've said what I wanted to say.Jul 27, 2011
- > Um, maybe don't upload images like that?
I disagree. It's apparent that the image was part of a study on human sexuality and differing attitudes towards it over time. I find Google's policies with regards to what images are and aren't allowed on Picassa to be problematic for the very reason that it makes conversations hard to have.Jul 27, 2011
- I found now the first g+ animation site www.googleplusgifs.com =* (G+ vs Facebook) =PJul 29, 2011
- Please add me on Google +, I am new here and need more friends :) thanksAug 9, 2011