Steam announced today that they are looking to take a more hands off approach regarding what is and isn't allowed on the service in a blog post
This has been a long time coming due to multiple questions regarding how steam deals with what many see as an overcrowded marketplace as well as having some questionable or sexual explicit content. In the blog they say they will allow anything that "isn’t illegal or ‘trolling’"
Personally I feel like this is the wrong approach and is a sign that we need more software distribution options for games. It kinda feels like they are basically saying they are never going to a fix a system that makes it impossible to dig through the shovelware and that they are going to continue to give a platform and make 30% off games with possibly harmful messages.
How does everyone feel about this? Should it be a total free market or should there be some "code of conduct".