Previously, The Gateway Pundit reported on a lawsuit against Twitter from a victim of child sex abuse.
The lawsuit alleged that Twitter refused to take down photos of him at the age of 13 that were being used to blackmail him by a predator.
The victim alleges that Twitter reviewed the photos and claimed that it did not violate their terms of service.
The images were not taken down until law enforcement got involved.
A second survivor is now joining the lawsuit.
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation Law Center (NCOSE), The Haba Law Firm, and The Matiasic Firm are suing Twitter on behalf of a second survivor of child sexual abuse who was trafficked on the social media platform.
The plaintiff, John Doe #2, joins the federal lawsuit originally filed by John Doe #1, alleging that both boys were trafficked by Twitter. The First Amended Complaint, John Doe #1 and John Doe #2 v. Twitter, Inc. was filed on April 7 in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.
Both plaintiffs were harmed by Twitter’s distribution of material depicting their sexual abuse and trafficking, and by Twitter’s knowing refusal to remove the images of their sexual abuse (child pornography) when notified by John Doe #1 and his parents.
“Twitter has profited from the knowing distribution of child sexual abuse material depicting these two young men when they were children, and it must be held accountable. Twitter cannot sweep under the rug the fact that it both allowed child sexual abuse material on its site and refused to remove it,” said Peter Gentala, senior legal counsel for the National Center on Sexual Exploitation Law Center.
Twitter claims that nude photos of children don’t violate its terms of services.
Yet they censor Conservatives for supporting Donald Trump.
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