For many people, any type of sex or nudity with sexual intent counts as „porn“ if you do it online.

That’s a lesson I learned a few months ago, after writing that porn is scrambling to catch up with Web 2.0, not driving it. Prior to that column, I’d been thinking of „porn“ as „the porn industry“ — sexual content produced by people with the intention of making money.

Couples recording themselves at home and uploading the video simply to share it with other people for fun don’t qualify as porn, in my view. Neither do the platforms developed to provide those couples with a space to play, even though the technology was obviously produced with the intent of making money.

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