Monday, January 28, 2013

Apple maintains Vine in the App Store, after a pornography scandal

vine Apple mantiene Vine en la App Store, después de un escándalo de pornografía

Last week two news opened the front pages of blogs dedicated to the world of Apple. First, Twitter launched a new application in the App Store, named Vine, which allows us to post videos of six seconds. Second, Apple removed from the App Store application 500px, photographic social platform for possible cases of pornography.

Well, the premiere of Vine has not been all "clean" could be expected. Obviously, Apple can not withdraw from the App Store social applications showing pornographic material indirectly. In Vine, right now, it's easy to find risque images when looking through the appropriate hashtags. What we did not expect is that the publishers themselves Vine us to recommend pornographic videos were six seconds. Yes, it has happened.

One of the sections in the app of Twitter's "Editors' Choice", highlighting curious user videos. Twitter As explained in a statement, "due to human error, this section showed pornographic material to users during the weekend." The network apologized, but the application has not been removed from the App Store at any time, despite its own leaders have recommended viewing of such content.

Meanwhile, 500px still can see the light at the App Store.

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Source- Business Insider

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