Twitter shields mobile users from raunchy tweets

07/19/2013 | TheNextWeb.com · All Things D

Twitter says it automatically screens posts for "sensitive content," particularly for images containing "nudity, violence, or medical procedures," and will hide such content behind a warning label for the site's mobile users. The auto-flagging system isn't foolproof, as one user received a "sensitive content" warning before viewing a photo of a fully clothed Al Sharpton and his girlfriend. "Let's hope Twitter can work out the kinks -- for Al Sharpton's sake, at least," Mike Isaac writes.

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