The web is full of pornographic websites out there, yet apparently some folks like to get their sexually explicit material from unusual sources, like Vine. Well, Vine no longer wants to be a part of it. Vine has announced an update to their Rules and Terms of Service with regards to sexually explicit material.
According to Vine, for the most part, the majority of their users will not be affected by this. “For more than 99 percent of our users, this doesn’t really change anything.” I guess it is just a tiny minority using Vine for pornographic material.
They also add, “For the rest: we don’t have a problem with explicit sexual content on the Internet –– we just prefer not to be the source of it.” Fair enough. This will help vine clean up its act. Some will still try to post that kind of material, but now Vine will remove it as soon as it is reported. Since Twitter owns Vine, we may see Twitter updating their Rules and Terms of Service with regards to adult material soon as well. You will have to go elsewhere for your adult needs now.