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Twitter Bans AI-Generated and Non-Consensual Porn But Fails to Remove Incest, Rape-Themed Porn

If Twitter wants to take a stand against sexual exploitation on its platform, it’s time for it to holistically enforce its policy against pornography. Recently, a trend of fake pornographic videos of celebrities, generated by artificial intelligence algorithms, has emerged on social media sites. The social media platform recently made a public statement condemning the […]

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2017 Dirty Dozen: Twitter

#CleanUpTwitter – Join the Social Media Campaign

For too long Twitter has refused to proactively monitor its website to remove pornographic content, or prostitution accounts. But now there is something you can do about it! Share the below graphics with the hashtag #CleanUpTwitter across all social media platforms in order to send the message that consumers want a safe, non-exploitive, online environment. […]

2017 Dirty Dozen: Twitter

Twitter’s Guidelines For Reporting Exploitive Content

We strongly advise that you do not go on Twitter looking for accounts or images or videos to report. Twitter is often inconsistent in removing exploitive material, so it is not worth intentionally exposing yourself to such content. However, if you see child sexual exploitation or pornography on Twitter by accident, these are the reporting […]

2017 Dirty Dozen: Twitter

Twitter Has a History of Failing to Curb Sexual Exploitation on Its Platform

Twitter is responsible for doing its part to curb sexual exploitation, yet the company has by default shifted responsibility to report sexually graphic tweets or accounts onto the individual user. Of course, the copious amount of pornographic and prostitution-centric material on Twitter is overwhelming and beyond any users’ ability to avoid. Whether an individual is […]

2017 Dirty Dozen: Twitter

2017 Progress Against Mainstream Facilitation of Sexual Exploitation

We are heartened and encouraged by the progress we have made with your support. Here is some of NCOSE’s notable progress from 2017:   Twitter Blocked Blatant Searches for Pornographic Photos and Videos In March, 2017 Twitter—a member of the Dirty Dozen List—changed its platform so that when users type in hashtags or keywords traditionally associated […]

#ComcastCares? Then Why Does It Sell Sexually Exploitive Material?

Saturday, #ComcastCaresDay began trending on Twitter as Comcast launched its annual corporate volunteer event. As the hashtag began climbing, though, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation addressed the irony that although Comcast claims to care about building communities, it also has defending selling pornography with racist, sexist, and violent themes. NCOSE spoke out on Twitter, […]

2018 Dirty Dozen: Comcast

Twitter’s XXX Legacy

Methods of communication have changed drastically over the past decade, and social media sites such as Twitter boast a stronger and more ubiquitous presence than ever before. Tweeting and replying to tweets between friends, as well as following Tweets from celebrities has been popular since 2006 when the social media platform was first created. However, […]

2017 Dirty Dozen: Twitter

Twitter Takes Largest Stand Against Cyber-based Sexual Harassment Yet

As first reported by HeatStreet, Twitter is now blocking several pornography-related search terms—particularly from results in the “Photos” and “Videos” section of the social media platform. Now when users type in hashtags or keywords traditionally associated with pornography, they get this message: Why is this important? Twitter has come under fire recently for the vast […]

2017 Dirty Dozen: Twitter

Video: Twitter Needs To Address the Pornography, Prostitution, and Child Pornography on Its Platform

Watch Our Video about Twitter Here:   While many know Twitter as an innovator in social media communication, for years it has facilitated the distribution of copious amounts of hardcore pornography and aided in the promotion of prostitution. Media reports suggest that as many as 10 million Twitter accounts may include explicit sexual content. Twitter’s […]

2017 Dirty Dozen List – MASTER

ARTICLE: How innocent photos of children have been exploited on Twitter

Published on Despite attempts by social networks to clamp down on child porn, some Twitter users have been swapping illegal images and have used tweets to sexualise otherwise innocent photos. They begin as innocuous selfies or pictures taken by friends or family members. But in the eyes of a small cohort of warped Twitter […]

2017 Dirty Dozen: Twitter

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