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  1. #1
    Membro Senior
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    Verizon is reportedly looking to sell Tumblr

    It is under discussion with companies for a possible deal.

    Click here to read the full news


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    Well, this is so frutstrating when you don't know what to do to make your system profitable. At times things just don't work for you and you don't understand what to do with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaigeHalston View Post
    Well, this is so frutstrating when you don't know what to do to make your system profitable. At times things just don't work for you and you don't understand what to do with it.
    Sex sells! Verizon should have retained the adult themed content to be posted on Tumblr. At least, that would have been something that they could have held on to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DahliaSachi View Post
    Sex sells! Verizon should have retained the adult themed content to be posted on Tumblr. At least, that would have been something that they could have held on to.
    But in spite of the absence of profit, Verizon didn't permit that sort of content on Tumblr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonicaMackenzie View Post
    But in spite of the absence of profit, Verizon didn't permit that sort of content on Tumblr.
    Maybe Pornhub will do that and their intentions are clear. If they buy it out, they are free to change policies again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StefanieRoy View Post
    Maybe Pornhub will do that and their intentions are clear. If they buy it out, they are free to change policies again.
    Exactly. Verizon will have no control over the policies then. And secondly, Pornhub deals with "those" things, so it's quite understandable