Thursday, October 02, 2008


It seems that Photobucket where I store my art work
are offended by some of the nudes that I did when I was a teenager and has removed them from the site.

What nerve. I will of course remove my work from Photobucket asap, and in fact have justt uploaded quite a few images to Flicker. It will be a big job. I wrote a couple of scathing emails to the boobs, and below is their response.

Dear ira joel haber,
We are a family friendly site and must remain so. We have users as young as
14, and families that visit our site. The only nudity we allow that is
illustrated is classic art such as Michaelangelo, Dali, or Picasso.


Your Photobucket Support Team

are they serious? It's almost funny.


Blogger Cantara said...

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12:12 PM  
Blogger Cantara said...

A couple of months ago Photobucket censored a nude shot of me on the cover of The Spectator from 1979. 1979, for heaven's sake. You'd think it would be easier to establish context on the internet, but all these antiquated safeguards still remain...

12:13 PM  

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