This can be made possible through graylisting. Anyone could make a graylist indicating the unique hash of a shard that is associated with certain decrypted content. Then, the farmer (or Storage node operator) could decide to opt-in to such a graylist if they don't wish to be party to distribution of such content.
Articles in this section
- What happens if a node hosting one of my chunks goes offline ?
- Can I set conditions about the purpose which my space I offer for rent can be used for ?
- How important is download speed and bandwidth ?
- How much storage do I need to share to be able to use Storj for free or to make a profit?
- What is the throughput limitation of the Storj network ?
- What is Storj's policy on illegal content ?
- If the space I'm sharing goes offline, what happens to the data I'm storing?
- How would one not allow their node to host certain content ?
- How can an average person keep their storage space constantly online in order to maximize the service provided and the profit?