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Certain cloud storage facilities have declared an absolute ban on the storage of images portraying nudity. This has implications for those involved in many fields, including naturism - a lawful pastime practised throughout Europe and the Americas.

Does Ubuntu One have any specific policy restricting the storage of images portraying nudity?

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I don't see anything in the terms of service that forbid it, as long as it is legal in your country/jurisdiction.

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