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With just 15 full-time employees and over five million photos uploaded every day, Instagram depends on its users to report activity that violates the service’s policies.
“We rely heavily on users to flag inappropriate content and we do our best to remove any media that we determine to be inappropriate,” an Instagram spokesperson said in an e-mail.
The site's small team has been overwhelmed by the images under pornography hahstags - a term that collects lewd images in one search - that give users of the site easy access to photos featuring genetalia, women posing provocatively in bed, with their partners or masturbating on camera.
And while explicit images are banned by Instagram’s terms of service - which prohibit nude, partially nude or sexually suggestive photos - the team of just 15 full-time employees moderating the site are seemingly unable to police the five million photos uploaded every day.
The attributes that helped propel Instagram to social media stardom are the very same ones that make it so appealing to purveyors of soft-core pornography and people searching for sex-chat partners.
“Instagram has moved from a niche thing to something people have heard about, and that means it has a critical mass.
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Via photos, comments and hashtags, many Instagram members are inviting other users to join them for “Kik Sex” on the messaging app Kik, where individuals can chat privately or exchange nude photos. Girls who wanna play post a comment and I’ll kik you,” wrote one Instagram user in a post that included the tags “instaboner,” “instac*ck,” “instahorny,” “instap*ssy,” and “f*ckme.” “Don’t be shy. Hit me up hotties." The post received 17 “likes.” Instagram’s adult-content alter ego comes as no surprise: the deluge of explicit imagery accompanies nearly every social network’s transition to the mainstream.
More users invariably means more sex, and the top three most popular social media sites in the U. -- Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest – as well as Tumblr, the tenth most popular, have all struggled to crack down on users whose X-rated postings violate their terms of service.