Recently, a soi-disant “resistance artist” who goes by “Æ Marling” has been apparently projecting hashtags on Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters building, including the one pictured above, #StopToxicTwitter. This appears to be a projection in the Freudian sense as well.
Elon Musk Cracks Down On Child Porn
Twitter’s former head of “Trust & Safety”, Yoel Roth, who wrote his PhD dissertation on the gay sex app Grindr, Inc. (GRND), in which he downplayed safety concerns about minors being exposed to sexual content online,
recently tweeted a link to his New York Times op/ed about what he predicts will happen next for Twitter. In reply, Twitter user @QuasLacrimas asked a rather pointed question.
The stamping out @QuasLacrimas mentions there was explained in the thread below by anti-human trafficking advocate Eliza Bleu.
Bleu later shared a link to this article a journalist wrote based on her information: “Under Elon Musk Twitter is ‘taking child exploitation seriously’”.
What Was Twitter’s Staff Doing Before?
That Twitter has reportedly been able to crack down on child porn with its current skeleton staff (following Elon Musk’s layoffs and the subsequent resignations) raises the question of what Twitter’s thousands of employees , including its “Trust & Safety” department, were doing before. They might say they protected the world from Donald Trump using Twitter to incite violence. Except now that Elon Musk has reinstated Trump’s account, everyone can see that Trump had used the platform to call for peace on January 6th, 2021.
It appears that, when they weren’t deplatforming political opponents, most of Twitter’s former employees weren’t doing much productive at all. A few weeks ago, the once-deplatformed account @LibsofTiktok shared a TikTok video by a Twitter employee sharing her “day in the life” at Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco. It started with her drinking an iced matcha tea on the house, and ended with her drinking free wine on the roof.
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