Twitter’s Terms and Conditions Need a Severe Tweaking if Child Porn is Acceptable

Twitter’s Terms and Conditions Need a Severe Tweaking if Child Porn is Acceptable

Twitter hides behind its terms and conditions on everything. Why was Trump blocked? He violated the terms and conditions. Why was the Washington Post’s account suspended? They violated the terms and conditions.

It’s clear that Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s CEO, is deciding what is and isn’t allowed.

In one of his most recent moves, he seems to defend child pornography.

Twitter doesn’t have boundaries anymore. Their moral compass has disintegrated.

A victim has filed a lawsuit against Twitter because a video of their abuse, filmed at the age of 13, was allowed to accumulate hundreds of thousands of views.

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation has filed the lawsuit on behalf of the victim. Twitter, meanwhile, has told the victim that the video doesn’t violate any of the platform’s policies.

Seriously? So, suddenly, if Jack Dorsey determines that child pornography is acceptable on the internet, it’s allowed? There has to be an end to his ability to make decisions such as this.

The only reason Twitter complied with the lawsuit by taking the video down was that an agent with the Department of Homeland Security got involved.

There’s something to be said about “too little, too late.” The video had been viewed over 160,000 times by the time it was finally taken down. The amount of pain and suffering that the victim had to endure was already high – and it could have been avoided if Twitter would have done the right thing instead of hiding behind its terms and conditions.

The lawsuit points out something that others seem to pretend isn’t happening – that Twitter knowingly allows pedophiles to use the platform. There’s a significant amount of material being depicted from child sex abuse. Through the use of the ad system, Twitter is able to make a lot of money on this.

It wasn’t long ago that Porn Hub was called out for its videos, allowing anyone to upload content and share it on the site. They did a significant purge, losing tens of thousands of videos in the process. They also made sure that anyone on the site was validated before they had the ability to upload.

Now, Porn Hub is one of the “cleanest” sites out there – there’s no child sex abuse found on the website.

Shouldn’t Twitter be held to similar standards? Perhaps they should be held to higher standards than a sex website since anyone over the age of 13 can be on the social media platform.

It appears that Democrats are willing to cheer Twitter on when they’re censoring Trump and other members of the GOP. Now, when Twitter is choosing not to censor child pornography videos, they’re going to look the other way.

Twitter cannot be the sole decision-maker of what kind of content is allowed on the internet. They’re making it possible for pedophiles to find content, they’re making it possible for sex traffickers to share content, and they’re allowing sexual abuse to be exploited.

The terms and conditions need to be adjusted. Those who are reviewing the content to determine if it is in violation of the policies or not need to be fired. More importantly, it’s time that Twitter moves to a third-party reviewing company because they’re incapable of being objectionable.

Where are their morals? Where is their desire to make the country a better place instead of a wasteland of child pornography and other vile content?

It may be time for Jack Dorsey to be brought up on charges for allowing pornography, hatred, and more to be shared across his platform. It’s time that he stop hiding behind the T&Cs. More importantly, it’s time that the Democrats allow him to continue hiding.

Ted Cruz called it a while ago, demanding to know who elected Dorsey to make these decisions for America. If Parler can be pulled from the internet for having no censorship, it’s time for Twitter to be pulled because of having slanted censorship.

rachel

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