Instagram defends nudity rules after protest

The co-founder of Instagram has told BBC News that the app’s rules on nudity are “fair”.

The company has faced criticism after removing photos of topless women.

But the social network’s CEO Kevin Systrom said its regulations were about making the social network “the safest possible place for teens and adults”.

Instagram’s terms of use state: “You may not post violent, nude, partially nude… pornographic or sexually suggestive photos.”

Read the full article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/27676072


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