Sex Trafficker Survivor Asks Twitter Creator: "How Do You Sleep At Night?
Twitter has apparently been too busy purging conservatives from their site to worry about actual issues they have, like child pornography. They are now being sued after repeatedly refusing to take down child pornography. The lawsuit claims they were profiting off of it and only responded after Law Enforcement got involved. Sex trafficking survivor and advocate Eliza Bleu is drawing more attention to the suit and has even called out Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey.
"Sex trafficking survivor and advocate Eliza Bleu, who has worked with the boy (dubbed as “John Doe” for anonymity) has challenged Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey in the wake of the suit.
“John Doe serves as a voice for countless victims and survivors in the United States and around the world,” Bleu told The Daily Wire in a statement sent via email. “Most of the children being abused cannot report their abuse to Twitter. Big tech has shown consistently that they are unwilling to remove the child sexual abuse material and human trafficking from their platforms at scale. So, much as we have seen in times past, it takes brave survivors stepping forward to create change.”
“John Doe is that survivor in this case,” the advocate asserted. “His bravery will have a positive impact on the Internet forever. He is a fighter. A young man wise beyond his years willing to take on big tech.”
Bleu said she “used to think of Jack and the folks at Twitter corporate as people that I could trust.”
“I thought that Twitter cared about vulnerable populations,” she said. “I thought that Twitter cared about survivors. I changed my mind after hearing the details of John Doe’s story. I haven’t stopped fighting since.”
Bleu, who is followed by Dorsey on Twitter, challenged the founder via direct message, though she says that she has yet to get a response from the Big Tech leader.
“I have a question I’ve been meaning to ask you for a few months,” Bleu wrote to Dorsey. “How do you sleep at night knowing a portion of your profits are coming from child abuse on Twitter? And you stay silent,” she accused."
"Twitter is being sued for damages “under the federal Trafficking Victims’ Protection Reauthorization Act, Failure to Report Child Sexual Abuse Material, Receipt and Distribution of Child Pornography, and related state law.”
Dorsey should be called out for this. The victim asked Twitter to take down the video, that was made under duress, repeatedly and each time he was told the child porn was not against community guidelines. Twitter of course later claimed to be very much against child exploitation but that was only after the video was watched 167,000 views and retweeted 2,223 times.