There were changes made to the rules regarding prohibitions and allowances for sexual content. Relevant to the discussion here was the change to 6.A which clarified it was permitted for characters to slander each other with false allegations about, among many other possibilities, sexual misconduct; if it didn't fall explicitly afoul of 6.B.
Now this is something that I think is dangerous to codify and allow for on its own, because it's been repeatedly shown that these types of allegations being made (even entirely without evidence or corroboration) will very readily hop the player-character boundary and spread outside the game and impact those players themselves, and also because it essentially gamifies the callout of abusive behavior which can muddy the waters on identifying real problems in the community.
However this policy is made even more dangerous by the potential future introduction of systems (SimSense and other types of editable 'recording' devices) which would allow for the creation of entirely manufactured roleplay by someone else without their consent, that is technically 6.B abiding but nonetheless extremely harmful towards its intended victim. I think the potential for abuse of these systems by bad actors and others is basically limitless because, again, this type of content has been shown to not remain purely IC. Questions about character behaviors have just in the past year alone repeatedly turned into accusations of misconduct against their players, something that would only be more damaging if the tools were available to essentially create false evidence to implicate players, even former players who would really have no means to protect themselves.
I don't think this is alarmist, these types of things have already happened and are happening. Accusations of misconduct against current and former players and staff are just some of the common problems, along with RW stalking and harassment, doxxing and other types of threats, all of them arising from what was supposed to remain IC. Players in this sort of hostile environment need more protections than the average game, not less. And something like SimSense, which appears like it could wholly fabricate entire roleplay scenes from scratch, would be reckless to introduce under the current ruleset, in the current climate, and in the context of the greater community of current and former players of Sindome.
If these types of 'reality editing tools' are to be introduced, I believe the fabrication of sexual content depicting non-consenting characters must be prohibited by an amendment to 6.A. This would still allow for the callout of behaviors, even if those callouts were not truthful, as long as it didn't involve the manufacture of evidence to make them true.