Yik Yak, the app that creates local, anonymous bulletin boards, is now going to allow users to post photos along with their comments and questions, the company announced in a blog post today.

Given its popularity among college students and its focus on hyperlocal content, the update to include photos is a natural step to take. But since its introduction, Yik Yak has been roiled by abusive and offensive messages. Now, the company is clearly wary and taking steps to ensure that the photos that appear on the service don’t cause further issues.

Nothing inappropriate or illegal, and no faces.

To that end, Yik Yak has introduced a number of rules that users must follow. “Nothing inappropriate or illegal, and no faces”, the company wrote….

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