It turned out that 'response to deleting child abuse content' was temporarily slowed down after Earon Mask's acquisition of Twitter
Various SNS services, including Twitter, are implementing automatic detection AI and human power measures to prevent the spread of child abuse content. However, Twitter reports that the time taken to remove child abuse content has doubled since Elon Musk became CEO.
Musk Pledged to Cleanse Twitter of Child Abuse Content. Is It Working? - The New York Times
Mr. Mask said in November 2022, ``Our top priority is to eliminate child exploitation. Please contact us when you find a problem that Twitter needs to address,'' and child protection is a content model. It showed the attitude to position it as the top priority of the ration. Also, when Mr. Mask unfrozen a large number of accounts in November 2022, he said , ``I will not forgive those who use the death of children for profit, politics, or fame.'' refusing to unfreeze related accounts, showing a positive attitude towards child protection.
Removing child exploitation is priority #1. Please reply in comments if you see anything that Twitter needs to address.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 24, 2022
In response to Mr. Musk's proactive stance on child protection, Twitter's official account announced in February 2023, 'We are working harder than ever to remove content related to child sexual exploitation from Twitter. We are responding quickly, ”he said , appealing that he has increased the speed of responding to child abuse content.
Our recent approach is more aggressive in that we're proactively and severely limiting the reach of any content that we may detect may contain CSE material.— Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety) February 1, 2023
However, according to the New York Times, Twitter's speed of responding to child abuse content was ``responding to 98 notifications per month in an average of 1.6 days'' as of December 2021, before Musk became CEO. Later, in December 2022, it slowed down to 'responding to 55 notifications per month in an average of 3.5 days'. After that, in January 2023, it improved to ``responding to 82 notifications per month in an average of 1.3 days'', but the New York Times said, ``In January 2023, a Canadian child protection organization responded to child abuse content. I applied to Twitter to delete it, but it took a week to be deleted,' pointing out Twitter's slow response.
In addition, Twitter has appealed that ``in January 2022, 404,000 accounts that spread child abuse content were frozen,'' but the New York Times said, ``I think it's the easiest to delete.' Child abuse content that can be abused remains on Twitter,' he said, pointing out that Twitter's measures to prevent the spread of child abuse content are not working properly.
In January, we suspended ~ 404k accounts that created, distributed, or engaged with this content, which represents a 112% increase in CSE suspensions since November.pic.twitter.com/GzDh9DVBba— Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety) February 1, 2023
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