Twitter, eBay, Instagram make ‘Dirty Dozen List’ of businesses profiting off sexual exploitation


The National Center on Sexual Exploitation has released its annual list of businesses and other entities that profit off sexually exploitative products and fail to protect children from sexually abusive material.

Known as the “Dirty Dozen List,” the Center names several notable companies and apps that engage in sexually exploitative practices in the hope that awareness will lead them to change their policies or improve enforcement of preexisting measures.

Here are the 12 entities that made the Dirty Dozen List this year, some of which have made the organization’s list in the past. They include an app store, websites popular with children, and several major social media companies.

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