Chatter suggests pedophiles have swarmed to Twitter following Tumblr porn ban
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After a brief period of uncertainty that followed Tumblr app’s removal from the Apple App Store, when Tumblr finally revealed the reason behind it, the company said some child pornography related material went undetected on its platform. Here’s what the company had exactly said:
We’re committed to helping build a safe online environment for all users, and we have a zero tolerance policy when it comes to media featuring child sexual exploitation and abuse
As this is an industry-wide problem, we work collaboratively with our industry peers and partners like NCMEC to actively monitor content uploaded to the platform
Every image uploaded to Tumblr is scanned against an industry database of known child sexual abuse material, and images that are detected never reach the platform
A routine audit discovered content on our platform that had not yet been included in the industry database. We immediately removed this content
Content safeguards are a challenging aspect of operating scaled platforms. We’re continuously assessing further steps we can take to improve and there is no higher priority for our team
While Tumblr may have taken notice of such material now, it’s a well known fact that child pornography related stuff existed on the platform for years. Needless to say, because of this, Tumblr has been a fertile ground for those who are sexually attracted to children (more commonly known as pedophiles).
Naturally, the decision to ban all adult content has affected these people as well. While there are many alternatives where Tumblr refugees may be heading to, there is no concrete information on the next destination of these pedophiles.
We did a little research on this, and found a lot of chatter on Twitter suggesting these people have flocked to the micro-blogging platform.
Unsurprisingly, the Twitter community isn’t happy about this migration. In fact, many of them have been reporting these accounts apparently operated by pedophiles. Following are some tweets we came across related to the matter:
For those who aren't in hell, a NOMAP stands for non-offending minor-attracted person. They're eyeballing your kids but claim to be "non offending" which is a p flimsy excuse. They still get off to the idea of kids.
— NickNak (@feministransguy) December 29, 2018
Unfortunately all the pedos moved here after Tumblr banned porn. Also, the woke crowd normalizing what’s happening to that poor Desmond kid is awful.
On the bright side, a ton of people are speaking out against it. Here’s a good video on the issuehttps://t.co/N9ar4dpk1y
— Bastiat Schweinsteiger (@Tht_Fat_Bastiat) January 3, 2019
once tumblr shut down, pedophiles ((under the guise of "MAP"s or "Minor Attracted People")) started to invade and now run rampant, spreading the idea that pedophilia is not inherently abusive or harmful
and Twitter does not give a fuck about any of it, despite all the resistance
— Mandy ? (@AcrylicSkeleton) January 3, 2019
Apparently there's such a thing called "MAP", "NOMAP" and "AOA" and they're acronyms used by pedophiles who've been banned on Tumblr and are now invading Twitter, claiming that pedophilia is "normal" and a "sexuality", making them part of the LGBT community.
— Jonas V. Schürmann (@CM_Valgard) December 29, 2018
— Valentinya (@DM_ME_YOUR_CATS) December 28, 2018
Pedophile Twitter is seriously so open on here now, it’s disgusting. Everyone from tumblr came here.
— King (@pussyboiraj) December 28, 2018
There is a cancer spreading on this site, it is called maps, pedophiles that were booted off of tumblr, we have to seek them out and destroy their profiles, if you have too keep them reported, these sick fucks fantasize about touching children
— NOT A REPUBLICAN (@NOTAR3PUBLICAN) December 31, 2018
So all the pedophiles are jumping onto twitter from tumblr since they got rid of 18+ content. Yeah I might have to delete the fuck out of twitter.
— Kimmell (@JakeKimmell) December 30, 2018
Let's be clear. @Twitter doesn't need to become a haven for pedophiles and other misogynists kicked off other social networks (e.g. Tumblr). All it would take would be clear instructions to locate and kick out these slimeballs who vice-signal each other with acronyms like "MAP". https://t.co/xmqjQuDydJ
— LE SAVIEZ-VOUS? (@martindufresne) January 4, 2019
Remember everyone, #nomap s are pedophiles and we need to let them know they are not welcome on Twitter and need to go back to tumblr
— FluffyJo3 (@Jo310494612) January 3, 2019
With all of these brazen pedophiles migrating from tumblr to twitter, many people are saying we can’t just wave a wand and make them go away.
I disagree. pic.twitter.com/jRuRwp5IZ2
— Benjamin Franklin (@benFranklin2018) December 30, 2018
@TwitterSupport @Twitter the #nomap and #pedophile community is starting to become a problem on Twitter. It would be great if you could just get rid of all the pedophiles migrating from Tumblr to Twitter
— Jackster Lackster (@JacksterLackst1) December 29, 2018
Agreed, none of these reports include proof that cements the allegation of pedophile mass migration from Tumblr to Twitter, but given the number of such reports (see here), you can’t ignore all this as hot air.
Our research is still under progress. Will update this story with more relevant information as and when we come across anything newsworthy. Meanwhile, use the comments section below to let us know your view on the matter.
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