Mother warns other parents of potential pornography on Pinterest

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Pinterest is a popular website that is basically a digital inspiration to many people.

But for one mother, it has become a nightmare.

Amy Arnold is upset after Pinterest exposed her children to pornography. She says someone hacked into her account and posted a pornographic photo.

"I tried to get on to delete it and it immediately blocked me out of my Pinterest," she said.

She then attempted to contact the company, but they failed to return her calls.

Amy, who is also a middle school teacher, then contacted FOX8 On Your Side.

After we were able to get in touch with Pinterest, they fixed her account.

When we asked how they monitor pornography, the company said, "We use automated and manual systems to catch content that violates policy."

Learn more in today's FOYS.

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