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Jerl >> #2219978Posted on 2018-03-13 23:47:17 (Report as spam)
What watermark? If the watermark was put there by the original publisher, you shouldn't blur it out - only third-party watermarks are disallowed. Burring it out is considered a poor-quality edit, which is grounds for the image to be deleted.
If the watermark was put there by someone other than the original publisher, blurring it out doesn't make it not a ToS violation. Not only is it still a watermark put there by someone other than the publisher (even if it can't be read anymore), but it's also
still a poor-quality edit.