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New Video-Sharing Function On Twitter Has Become America’s Hottest New Porn Search Engine

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Sean Levinson

So Twitter has this new app called “Vine” that was created so users could share videos and GIFs. Yet it would seem that the desire to maximize Twitter’s capabilities and compete with “Keek” (like Instagram, but with videos) has caused them to forget what would most likely happens when users are given the chance to share brief, uncensored videos over the internet.

Can you guess what type of videos are being shared the most?

“Vine” had videos of virtually all sorts, but the amount of selections that pop up when you enter “#porn” or maybe “#dick” would give anyone the idea that “Vine” was entirely created to share five to ten second clips of sex and foreplay for all to see.

If enough users flag certain videos, Twitter will ban the user from uploading. But as of right now, this censorship-free app is becoming a goldmine of humorously brief porn videos and GIFs that anyone can see by entering the right hashtags.

Some videos just feature a user flashing his or her genitalia.

The only problem is, this app is sold within the Apple’s store. If Apple feels that the amount of inappropriate videos is getting out of hand, Apple could stop selling the app altogether.

Will porn be the downfall of Twitter’s ability to compete with other video-sharing apps?

Sean Levinson | Elite. 

Sean Levinson

Sean Levinson

Staff Writer

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