Valve Announces Overhauled Content Policy
In a recent announcement, Valve Corp, has responded to recent controversy over censorship of certain games on their digital storefront, Steam, by overhauling its rules in favor of a more liberal, hands-off, minimal-censorship policy.
Reddit Changes Policies on Content with Fictional Minors
In an attempt to do away with deep fakes, Reddit has made some policy changes. While making this change, there were certain other policy adjustments that some have noticed.
Valve Removes "The Key to Home" from Steam for Suspected Pedophilia
The Key to Home, has been removed from Steam due to Valve suspecting it was intended for pedophiles. Read more about this on LewdGamer.com.
Fuckin' Stop It - Displaying Dirty Devs - Artlight Studio
LewdGamer expose featurette showing unethical and illegal actions of erotic game developer Artlight Studio on the Steam game distribution platform.
[UPDATE] LewdGamer Exposé - SakuraGame
LewdGamer uncovers the unethical, anti-consumer and illegal practices of Chinese developer and publisher SakuraGame known for releasing cheap games on Steam
UK Internet Porn Censorship to Begin in April 2018
Previously, we wrote about the UK The Digital Economy Act. The final version of the law has been approved, now the UK gov't is working on enforcement.
[UPDATE] Senran Kagura Producer Has Pondered Toning Down Sexualization
In an interview for PlayStationLifeStyle.net, Senran Kagura producer Kenichiro Takaki has shared he considered toning down the sexualization in his games.
New Zealand Bans Criminal Girls: Invite Only
New Zealand has added another ecchi game to their list of objectionable and banned games. The victim is the punishment focused Criminal Girls: Invite Only.