OUT - Jan 24 - The update is specific to profile photos (excluding private albums and photos exchanged in messages). Pictures that violate these guidelines will be automatically converted into private album images and users will be prompted to select another profile photo. "Our policy is not related to FOSTA/SESTA," said Scruff CEO Eric Silverberg. "Our change is meant to align our content standards with the evolving content standards of our app store distributors." Being banned from app stores can be catastrophic for companies like Scruff, Grindr and Jack'd, all gay dating services that solely function as apps.