Soon after the launch of the first pornographic application appeared for Google Glass, the American multinational corporation has changed its Glass Platform Developer policies, banning apps that contain sexually explicit content.
The first paragraph of the content policies says that Google doesn’t allow content that comprises of nudity, graphic sex acts, or sexually explicit material. The multinational corporation has zero tolerance for child pornography. If they become aware of content with child pornography, they report it to the authorities and delete the Google accounts of those involved with the distribution.
The App that Started it All
The app that likely encouraged this change is called Tits & Glass, which permitted users to watch sexually explicit videos and photos. The company behind the app, MiKandi, was glad with the initial reply, declaring that nearly 10,000 unique visitors visited TitsAndGlass.com in one day. The company added that it intends to go a step further and use Google Glass to facilitate “two-way adult interaction.”
MiKandi said that they will comply with the new Developer policies by Google, and release a new app without the sexually explicit content.Although the app is still live and people are using it, at this point Google made changes to the app to comply with the new policies. Users can expect to see changes to the application soon.