We’ve already talked a great deal about the various trials and tribulations that Twitter’s Vine app is facing, but the epic tale of adult content on an otherwise family friendly app continues! When it launched, Vine had a 12+ rating, meaning that a user had to be twelve or older in order to use it. And then porn starting showing up on the app, creating all kinds of headlines and bad publicity. As of today, Vine is now rated 17+, meaning that you have to all-but-an-adult in order to use it. I’m not sure if this is the right choice. Like Twitter, the Vine experience is as good or as poor (or as clean or as filthy) as you make it. I’ve yet to encounter anything pornographic while using the app. If you want to avoid adult content on Vine, it’s easy. If you’re worried that your child will seek out porn on the app, you’d better take away his internet altogether — it’s sooo much easier to find sexy pics on Google than on Vine.