Snapchat Appoints Anti-Porn NCOSE Activist to Safety Board


WASHINGTON — Religiously motivated anti-porn and anti-sex-work group NCOSE — formerly Morality in Media — announced today that one of its lead staffers has been appointed to the safety board of Snap, the company behind social media platform Snapchat.

“We’re honored that Lina Nealon, director of corporate and strategic initiatives at NCOSE, was selected to join Snap’s new Safety Advisory Board,” the well-funded, pro-censorship organization tweeted today. “The Board works to combat online safety risks — including child sexual exploitation — and make Snapchat safer for all users.”

According to NCOSE’s website, Nealon’s principal duty at the organization is to “spearhead NCOSE’s campaigns to hold corporations accountable for profiting from sexual exploitation.”

NCOSE’s main such campaign is a yearly public shaming stunt called the “Dirty Dozen,” where the organization lists 12 corporations, or occasionally entire states, that it alleges are contributors to sexual exploitation, and encourages its followers to target those entities with their activism.

In 2016, NCOSE accused Snapchat of leaving young women “vulnerable to exploitation, sextortion and cyber sexual-assault,” and labeled the platform “ripe for sexploitation.”

NCOSE has extolled Nealon for her crusade to abolish sex work, crediting her with designing and leading “the first national program combatting the demand for paid sex that drives the global sex industry.”

The new Snapchat security board member’s stated mission has been to “stop sex buyers, disrupt commercial sex markets, and transform cultural norms around buying sex.”

Since its beginnings in 1961, NCOSE has included the entire adult industry as the chief “commercial sex market” it seeks to eradicate.



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