It’s only human to misuse things later on publish or promote pornograpy on social networks, chat apps, YouTube and generally anything that shares digital content.

The twitter own 10 second video sharing app Vine shared in an official blogpost of how it wanted to rid its community of pornographic vines.

“we don’t have a problem with explicit sexual content on the Internet –– we just prefer not to be the source of it.” – Vine

Vine asked its users to report videos containing sexually provocative nudity, close up of genitals even when clothed, use of sex toys, and sexual graphic and animations like hentai are banned.

However according to an FAQ post Nudity in a documentary context e.g. videos of nude protestors, Nudity in an artistic context, e.g. nude modeling in an art class, Nudity that is not sexually provocative, e.g. a mother breastfeeding her child and Clothed sexually suggestive dancing will be allowed.

So for the Holy, the ‘Vineyard’ is a little cleaner.