Instagram has discussed an R-rated version



SAN FRANCISCO — Despite Instagram‘s reputation for censoring certain images involving nudity, the company has apparently thought about allowing more sensitive content on the platform.

During Vanity Fair‘s New Establishment Summit in San Francisco on Tuesday, Instagram cofounder Kevin Systrom said the company has talked about creating an R-rated version of the service.

The panel, which also included Girls star Lena Dunham and Yahoo’s Katie Couric, began with a discussion of Dunham’s take on Instagram. She said she found it more positive than most social media, like Twitter, which she taken steps back from more than once. Read more…

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