Twitter Engineers Love The Nudes In Your DM's

A few months ago, Facebook revealed it had a database which collected nude pictures in an attempt to stop douchebags from uploading revenge porn.

The database was supposedly established as a way to protect people from revenge porn being uploaded to Facebook.

According to the world’s largest social media site, they use matchmaking technology to find and stop the same inappropriate photos and videos from being uploaded over and over.
If you’re worried that your bare ass or dick pics are being looked at on Facebook, you have another problem to worry about, which is Twitter.
And Twitter’s interloping is a little worse.
If you have ever made the poor decision to send some nudes of yourself, engineers at Twitter have been looking at them.
There even looking at the ones you receive too.

“There’s teams dedicated to it. I mean, we’re talking, we’re talking three or four… at least, three or four hundred people… Yes, they’re paid to look at d##k pics.”

Project Veritas obtained undercover footage of Twitter Engineers and employees admitting that Twitter employees view all of your private messages on their servers.
“Everything you send is stored on my server… So all your sex messages and you, like, d*ck pics are on my server now. All your illegitimate wives and, like, all the girls you’ve been f*cking around with, they’re are on my server now… I’m going to send it to your wife, she’s going use it in your divorce.
This information and a lot more is contained in “AMERICAN PRAVDA: My Fight For Truth in the Era of Fake News,” by Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe.

“Twitter is harvesting your personal information and tracking your every movement, selling your virtual dossier to the highest bidder ” claims Project Veritas Founder James O’Keefe. “Even more alarming is that these Twitter employees don’t seem to think that they are the ‘biggest brother’ out there.”

Twitter of course, is denying the claims.
“Twitter only responds to valid legal requests, and does not share any user information with law enforcement without such a request,” a spokesperson said.