(RT) — In undercover interviews with Twitter staff, Project Veritas has alleged that hundreds of employees are tasked with searching for graphic user photos. This data is then stored – indefinitely.
For anyone who thinks the information they send over Twitter is somehow protected from third-party snooping, think again. In a series of interviews caught on hidden camera in early January, Clay Haynes, senior network security engineer, dispels those notions once and for all.
"I've seen way more penises than I've ever wanted to see in my life," Haynes confides to an undercover journalist with Project Veritas.
When asked to elaborate, Haynes says the graphic material is found on "DMs (direct messages), tweets…"
"Lots of d*cks," he emphasized.
Interestingly, it is not the work of a robot to automatically single out the offensive content, but rather large teams of humans devoted to the task. "There's teams dedicated to it," Haynes confirms. "I mean, we're talking, we're talking three or four… at least, three or four hundred people."