“The lawsuit contends that F—b–k and I——-m are a “breeding ground” in which predators can target children for sexual abuse of various types.”
(Ben Zeisloft – The Independent Sentinel) The state of New Mexico filed a lawsuit contending that M–a, the company that manages F—b–k and I——-m, exposes children to sexual abuse and trafficking.
The office of New Mexico Democratic Attorney General Raúl Torrez conducted an investigation during which officials made decoy accounts of children aged fourteen or younger….
They learned that the social media platforms will show children sexually explicit images even when they “express no interest” in such content, will enable adults to find children and press them into sharing sexually explicit pictures of themselves, and will allow F & I users to find, share, and sell an “enormous volume” of child pornography.
Zeisloft’s title: F—b–k and I——-m enabled sex abuse and child trafficking, new lawsuit claims