After an outbreak of user-generated xx porn videos
on Twitter's new video-sharing app Vine, there's been a big debate about how such content should be managed by Apple, which explicitly prohibits porn in apps for iPhone and iPad.
But much of it misses the point.
The story here isn't the xx porn videos on Vine or other apps with user-generated content. The story isn't that Safari can look up porn too. If you loved this post and you would like to obtain even more facts regarding xx porn videos kindly check out the web-page. (It's an old joke that if Apple hates porn, it should ban its own Web browser). The story is the disconnect in Apple's written policy on pornographic content and the way it enforces that policy.
A few examples:
Apple's App Store guidelines are very clear about pornography in apps:
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