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Disney Takes BIG for Boycott X After Meta Is Sued for Allowing Child Sexual Abuse

People, including billionaire Elon Musk, have some ideas about a lawsuit that claims Facebook and Instagram have enabled child sexual abuse.

The lawsuit was filed this week against Facebook and Instagram's parent company, Meta, by New Mexico Attorney General Raul Torrez, a Democrat.

In a statement, Torrez accused social media platforms of creating “prime locations for predators to sell child pornography and solicit sex from minors.”

“Mr. “Zuckerberg and other Meta executives are aware of the serious harm their products can cause to young users, and yet they have not made enough changes to their platforms to prevent the sexual exploitation of children,” Torrez said.

“Despite repeated assurances to Congress and the public that they can be trusted to police themselves, it's clear that Meta executives continue to prioritize engagement and ad revenue over the safety of the most vulnerable members of our society,” added.

Torrez's office obtained evidence to prove this by conducting “an undercover investigation of Meta's platforms” by creating “hoax accounts of children 14 years of age and younger,” according to a press release.

The research uncovered a lot of unpleasant facts about social media platforms.

For example, the platforms “[p]proactively served and targeted underage users [to] a stream of heinous and sexually explicit images, even when the child has expressed no interest in such content,” the press release states.

The platforms also “[e]allowed dozens of adults to find, contact, and pressure children to provide sexually explicit images of themselves or participate in pornographic videos.”[r]recommended that children join unmoderated Facebook groups dedicated to facilitating commercial sex and “[a]allowed users to find, share and sell a huge volume of child pornography.”

And finally, the platforms allegedly allowed a fictional mother to try to sell her 13-year-old daughter to sex traffickers.

Back to Musk, he and others have been interested in this suit because of what it says about Disney. Because, you see, Disney advertises on Facebook and Instagram, despite the platforms enabling child sexual abuse.

In fact, Disney currently runs more than 300 ads for Disneyland and Disney World on Facebook and Instagram:

That's a lot of money being used to support platforms that allow child sexual abuse, and Musk in particular doesn't like it, especially given Disney chief Bob Iger's recent decision to stop advertising on X .

As previously reported, Iger stopped advertising on X after Media Matters, a left-wing propaganda outlet, published a report. dubious claim that Musk's platform is a bonfire of rabid anti-Semitic hate.

X's boss was not happy. In addition to filing a “thermonuclear lawsuit” against Media Matters, he also told advertisers like Iger's Disney that go pounding sand.

And now that he's learned of Facebook and Instagram's tacit endorsement of child sexual abuse content, he's especially angry with Disney (and others like them).

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The point of his tweets was to highlight the hypocrisy of advertisers like Disney abandoning outlets like X because of smears by groups like Media Matters, but have nothing to say about legitimate charges against outlets like FB and Instagram.

Musk wasn't the only one calling out Disney in particular. Many X fans also followed suit.

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