Google just reported that people using their Blogger/Blogspot blogs to post nudity or adult content will be taken down on March 23rd. Now who is to say what that nudity contains is another story but if I was a romance or erotica writer and I had any type of racy covers showing on my site I would be finding a place to transfer my website. What I think is going to happen is there are going to be many authors who do not see this that think they will be ok will really not be.
If you are using this service I suggest that you log into your dashboard and download a copy of your website asap. This way you will be able to upload it to a new website once you get one. Odds are you will also need a new domain name.
Statement from Google
Adult content policy on Blogger
Starting March 23, 2015, you won’t be able to publicly share images and videos that are sexually explicit or show graphic nudity on Blogger.
Note: We’ll still allow nudity if the content offers a substantial public benefit. For example, in artistic, educational, documentary, or scientific contexts.
Changes you’ll see to your existing blogs
If your existing blog doesn’t have any sexually explicit or graphic nude images or video on it, you won’t notice any changes.
If your existing blog does have sexually explicit or graphic nude images or video, your blog will be made private after March 23, 2015. No content will be deleted, but private content can only be seen by the owner or admins of the blog and the people who the owner has shared the blog with.
Settings you can update for existing blogs
If your blog was created before March 23, 2015, and contains content that violates our new policy, you have a few options for changing your blog before the new policy starts:
Remove sexually explicit or graphic nude images or video from your blog
Mark your blog as private
If you’d rather take your blog down altogether, you can export your blog as a .xml file or archive your blog’s text and images using Google Takeout.
Effect on new blogs
For any blogs created after March 23, 2015, we may remove the blog or take other action if it includes content that’s sexually explicit or shows graphic nudity as explained in our content policy.