CBSeyemobile Users Posting NSFW Content

Oct 1, 2008  •  Post A Comment

First it was “Survivor,” now it’s CBS’ user-generated news Web site CBSeyemobile.com where nudity is turning up unexpectedly. Advertising Age is reporting certain users are posting obscene images and video via their Eyemobile applications for iPhone that are, well, not newsworthy. “This seems to be a classic case of nobody paying attention to whether any of the materials are newsworthy or not,” BrandContent’s Karl Johnson told the magazine. “Looks to me like Facebook run amok.” Sexually explicit images and video have been posted to the site, complete with Google advertising via AdMob.
—Christopher Perez


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