Investigation: Mark Zuckerberg’s Instagram Failed to Stop Massive Pedophile Network Trading Child Pornography

Instagram, the globally popular social media platform owned by Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook (now known as Meta), has failed to stop the connection and promotion of a vast network of accounts involved in the creation and purchase of child pornography, according to recent investigations by researchers at Stanford University and the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Child Pornography dealers on Instagram are so brazen that they offer a “menu” of services directly on Zuckerberg’s platform.

Mark Zuckerberg discusses Instagram

Twitter Struggles to Remove Child Porn Despite Elon Musk’s Promise to Clean It Up

According to a recent New York Times investigation, despite Elon Musk’s promise to remove child porn from Twitter, calling it “priority #1,” the company has actually fired staff dealing with the issue, stopped paying for important abuse material detection software, and the platform still hosts countless images and videos of child abuse material, with its algorithm even suggesting it to users.

Elon Musk (Win McNamee/Getty Images; BNN)

‘Twitter Files’ Compares Treatment of Hunter Biden Laptop Story to Child Porn – but Child Porn Runs Rampant on Twitter

According to recently released internal Twitter communications, the platform used every technique in its arsenal to censor news articles about Hunter Biden’s laptop, including measures allegedly only used on the most serious problems like child porn — however, Twitter has repeatedly failed to remove child porn from the platform even as it worked overtime to suppress the “laptop from hell” story.

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 20: U.S. President Joe Biden hugs his son Hunter Biden, wife Dr.

Major Advertisers Threaten Twitter Boycott After Ads Appear Next to Child Porn

Major brands are weighing the option of boycotting Twitter after a Reuters investigation found their ads appeared next to tweets soliciting child pornography, while the leftist tech company insists it has “zero tolerance” for child exploitation. Some brands, including Dyson, Mazda, Forbes, and PBS Kids have already suspended marketing campaigns on Twitter, according to the report.

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal