Melina DiMarco recently published an app that tries to get around Instagram's nudity rules by putting stickers on a woman's privates. However, Apple and Google removed it for being too offensive.
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After months of criticism and a few too many errors on Facebook's part, the company is ready to develop its editorial policies to allow for images and content that may be offensive but newsworthy.
In a new policy, Google will ban images and video that are sexually explicit or show graphic nudity on Blogger, but will still allow artistic, educational, documentary and scientific nudity.
Twitter has now changed its Terms of Service for Vine, which now bans what it considers "explicit sexual content" from being posted via the video app, although some forms of nudity are allowed.