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Tumblr announced today that all adult content would be banned starting from December 17th, a move that has caused many of the site's users to declare its imminent death. The move comes after the Tumblr app was removed from the iOS app store over child pornography concerns, but aside from being frustratingly arbitrary, the site's filtering technology seems to have no idea what adult content actually looks like in a Tumblr post.

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Tumblr has announced that its liberal attitude to what content is shared will be curtailed. From 17 December 2018, adult content - defined as "photos, videos, or GIFs that show real-life human genitals or female-presenting nipples, and any content—including photos, videos, GIFs and illustrations—that depicts sex acts" will be banned from the site with exisiting content to be reverted to a private setting that makes it viewable only by the poster and not the rest of the world.

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Being a porn star today typically involves a range of sex work, from selling self-produced clips, to offering phone sex services, being an escort, taking care of “sugar daddies” (i.e. rich, usually older men), or “camming” on the internet. Previously regarded as not worth the time for many porn stars, using a webcam from the comfort of one’s home to broadcast oneself masturbating or having sex has emerged as a popular choice.

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Australia loves its porn. Every year, the land Down Under contributes millions of hits to Pornhub. Despite having a smaller population, Australian IP addresses make us the seventh most active country on the site. To try and figure out how randy Aussies like it, Pornhub's data scientists have ploughed into the numbers to figure out exactly what Australia looks for when we want our porn. (Some phrases NSFW.)

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Despite the nation’s small size, Australians are the 8th biggest viewers of Pornhub. The online porn site, which is one of the world’s largest, recently provided us with a department store-sized window into the online viewing habits of our nation. Here are the key findings.

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Sexting is one of those private matters that we don't talk that explicitly about — perhaps because admitting we sext tips people off to the existence of digital nudes. Let's unlock our phones and discuss textual stimulation out in the open.

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There's something magical when it comes to porn. At least when it comes to porn popping up in the most unintended of places, like the web browser of your brand-new smartphone. Luckily you have me to help you figure out how they got there. Because I know you never tapped, clicked, or typed in anything that you wouldn't say in front of a nun.

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Dear Lifehacker, I have a question that has been an issue for the last 3 years. So, I'll be honest, my boyfriend and I watch porn each separately on our phones. We each have gone through each others' phone activity through Google, and when he looks at mine, there are items in there that I never Googled, like live cams chat room stuff. I have never in my life entered this into my Google search but I have a suspicion that they are pop ups from the porn sites. I want to know how and why they come up as my searches. And there are other things that show up that I supposedly googled but I know for a fact I didn't. Can you help me, please?

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Pornhub's 'Year In Review' is an absolute gold mine of data and statistics about what human beings search for when it comes to porn (and how they do it)! With around 81 million visitors every day of the year, Pornhub's database offers the most complete view of exactly what (or who) got people off to in 2017.

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Most internet users wouldn't want to share their browsing history with the rest of the world. (It's one of the reasons incognito mode is so popular.) This is especially true of people who look at questionable online material. So what would you be willing to pay if someone had a secret recording of you watching porn, taken on your webcam?

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The Australian porn scene is struggling. Post-Pornhub, there's simply less demand for paid content. But if history has proven anything, it's that pornography finds a way.

We spoke to some of Australia's premier porn performers and producers. They're struggling, they're doing it tough, but they're using technology (and their innate sense of hustle) in a last gasp fight for survival.

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Hello, readers! In today's edition of "I didn't need to know this but now I do, so you have to as well" we're talking about the pornography viewing habits of North Koreans.

Now, I know what you're thinking - porn is banned in North Korea, right? And you'd be right. But as the saying goes, life finds a way - and nothing can hide from Google Analytics for long.

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If you've ever watched a sex scene in a movie or porn, you've probably wondered what it would be like to star in your your own naughty flick. When your curiosity gets the best of you, here are some things to keep in mind -- including tips for choosing the right costar, finding the best angles, and keeping your video secure.

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Women account for around 26 per cent of visitors to Pornhub, according to the site's latest insights. That's enough for a noticeable drop in traffic to be evident during the Women's March in January.

But how does the way women consume and access porn differ to their male counterparts?

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Pornhub has released its annual Year In Review report, detailing all the ways we consumed online porn in 2016. This insanely comprehensive infographic breaks down everything you could possibly want to know - from the most popular search terms by gender, age and country to the top ten male and female porn stars. (There's even a graph charting the disturbing rise in Donald Trump-themed porn queries. Ew.)

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Young men’s use of pornography has been the focus of considerable debate, if not anxiety and moral panic, in recent years. Recent incidents such as the high school “porn ring” have in many respects fuelled these anxieties around the impacts that near-ubiquitous access to pornography has on boys and young men, particularly when it comes to issues regarding sexual violence and consent.

Yet, so often missing from these debates are the voices and experiences of young men themselves. Clare Watson’s new theatre production, Gonzo, sets out to provide this often-absent perspective.