Surely, these well-meaning would-be Faceporners saw something they liked, something that might have even turned them on more than a blue-and-white color scheme, Wall-style posts, and the ever-arousing threat of having your personal information sold to advertisers.After all, you'd think that people would hand over their credit cards for a little more than a "flirt" even if they were pretty sure they're not going to actually get a "poke" out of it.Those people probably also joined Facebookof and the non-ironically named (these sites are NSFW and adults-only).Looking for a social networking experience that combines what could be the positive aspects of a social mega-site like Facebook with a decidedly adult aspect, in a perfect world, might be a pretty interesting social experience for grownups.Two weeks ago, Facebook filed suit against Faceporn at U. District Court in Northern California, claiming trademark infringement.
Adding the layer of an experience like Facebook, annoyances and trust issues notwithstanding, might create an environment that isn't 100% porn and hook-up focused, but not 100% porn-free, non-transparently restrictive, or sanitized to extremes, either. All of the good aspects of Facebook: finding people with similar interests that aren't necessarily about sex, but with whom you could also share a dirty gallery with for fun or… Sharing links and videos with friends you've chosen in your own network, without the fear of censors deleting your posts without notice.
How many times have you been stuck in the rat's maze of Facebook profile settings and thought, "This is such a turn-on. One website, Faceporn (Faceporn.com), decided that the constant stress of agonizing over personal privacy in social networks was going to be the next "Behind The Green Door" for our generations.
I can't believe that no one has made a porn version of Facebook, because surely this pleasure must be taken to the next level"? Billing itself as "the number one socializing porn and sex network," the site aimed to create an X-rated social network, taking the literal "face book" concept to one of "face porn" which actually sounds a lot less appealing. Unfortunately for them, and everyone else with a Facebook fetish, Facebook did not like this very much.
We vigilantly monitor the App Store and Google Play for illegal third-party apps and have succeeded in getting many of these removed."Snapsaved also explained the hack into its system and attempted to downplay the so-called "Snappening."Snapsaved has always tried to fight child pornography, we have even gone as far, as to reporting some of our users to the Swedish and Norwegian authorities.
As soon as we discovered the breach in our systems, we immediately deleted the entire website and the database associated with it.