X greenlights AI-generated adult content

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Elon Musk’s X officially gives the green light to X-rated content, allowing adult images and videos – with a few rules.

Users can share nude and sexual content – ​​including AI-generated pornography – “provided it is properly labeled and not displayed in a conspicuous manner,” the policy states. business.

But controls are in place. Content must be created and posted consensually and cannot be shared to “highly visible places” like profile photos or banners, X said.

Creators should also enable settings that will make a warning appear above their pornographic posts. Users under 18 – or those who refuse to indicate their birthday – will not be able to click.

Content that exploits or sexualizes minors is also prohibited, X said.

“We believe in the autonomy of adults to interact and create content that reflects their own beliefs, desires and experiences,” the company wrote.

In March, Bloomberg reported that X was testing the ability for users to create NSFW communities.

And the platform’s head of engineering, Haofei Wang, recently said that likes would be private so people could like “edgy” content without being detected.

Hidden likes were first rolled out to paid X subscribers in September.

Since Elon Musk took over Twitter – which he renamed X – the self-proclaimed “free speech absolutist” has sought to ease restrictions on content while reducing moderation on the platform.

Porn bots appearing in reader comments played with algorithm changes that prioritized engagement over posts, NPR reported earlier this year.

Bots have become so ubiquitous that a go-to phrase advertising raunchy images has become a meme.


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