PostSecret iPhone app removed from App Store due to 'threatening' and 'pornographic' content

Less than four months after the founder of the PostSecret blog Frank Warren online pharmacy cialis

html” target=”_blank”>launched an iPhone app to allow users to anonymously post secrets on

his blog using their iPhones, he has removed the app from the iTune App Store.

At one point, PostSecret was the top-selling app in the App Store.

In a

blog post, Warren said that bad content caused users to complain to him, Apple and the FBI. Warren wrote, “the scale of secrets was so large that even 1% of bad content was overwhelming for our dedicated team of volunteer moderators who worked 24 hours a day 7 days a week removing content that was not just pornographic but also gruesome and at times threatening.”

For more information, see these articles at The Washington Post and PCMag.com.

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