Twitter's Vine is America's Hottest New Porn Search Engine

The internet and porn: it's a match made in heaven your mom's basement.

Twitter's new sorta-GIF, sorta-video sharing app Vine is really catching on with voyeurs and exhibitionists. Searching #dick or #porn or any other NSFW tag will find you a veritable cornucopia of sexy six-second clips.

Users can flag these clips and if enough people do, Vine will add a content advisory to the beginning of the video, warning of inappropriate content. Twitter has a similar process in place for photos shared on the social networking site.

Twitter's censorship-free stance is well established. It's part of the reason porn stars prefer Twitter to the slightly more popular Facebook. Twitter has repeatedly bent over backwards to maintain a censorship-free space, making sure content that is blocked in some countries is not in others.

And so, it seems, the general public will remain free to flash their uncovered pubic areas, in six second intervals.

The problem, though, is with the Apple app store's notoriously strict quality standards. Whereas Twitter is accessible by computer or text message, Vine's success lives and dies by it remaining available in the app store. If it can't clean up, the almighty Apple could poison the Vine even before it bursts into mainstream success.