Twitter asks for help in reporting X-rated videos
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A warning if you, or your kids, are using Twitter's new video sharing service "Vine." Some of the content is X-rated.
Twitter says some users are now uploading pornography to the site -- which is not allowed. Some of the inappropriate videos are even making it into other websites most popular video or trending video lists.
Twitter is encouraging users who spot the X-rated videos to report them so they can be removed from the site.
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