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how is this any different than joe shmo having child porn on his comp?

Report: Facebook a “Hotbed of Child Sexual Abuse Material” With 20+ Million Incidents

by John HawkinsPosted: March 1, 2021
 
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Report: Facebook a “Hotbed of Child Sexual Abuse Material” With 20+ Million Incidents

According to a report from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Facebook had a staggering 20.3 million examples of child sexual abuse material on its website. Facebook had nearly 20 times more images of this sort than all of its rivals combined. Just as points of comparison, Google had 546,704 incidents, Twitter had 65,062, and Reddit had 2,233.

Some of these websites, Facebook included, have claimed that as many as 90% of these images are duplicates that have simply been shared in multiple places. That’s not necessarily much better, since it does mean those images were widely shared on the services, but if it means a couple of million children had photographs of their abuse shared on Facebook instead of 20,000 million, I guess that’s something.

 

Facebook has put out a press release called, “Preventing Child Exploitation on Our Apps,” which lists steps Facebook is supposedly going to take to help combat the issue. One of them is, I kid you not, a message that warns people that share indecent photographs of children that it can cause harm. That will surely take care of a problem that has been going on at Facebook for years, right? For example, here’s an article talking about this issue at Facebook from 2016. Here’s 2017. Now 2018. Here’s 2019. This report shows it was still going on in 2020. Guess what? Facebook will have this same issue next year, they’ll issue another press release and nothing will change.

Earlier this year, Visa and Mastercard cut off a pornographic website because they believed the website wasn’t serious enough about getting rid of child pornography, but that site apparently does a much better job of it than Facebook… as depressing a thought as that is. Meanwhile, Parler got taken offline by Amazon web services because of the bogus claim that it was used to plan the January 6th Capitol siege.

Facebook gets a pass, even as pedophiles use the website to transmit images year after year. It’s disgusting, it’s evil and yes, if any social media site out there deserves to be shut down and penalized over this issue, it’s Facebook. Congress should have gone after Facebook a long time ago, but if children being exploited isn’t going to spur them to action, it’s hard to know what will.

Maybe if Mark Zuckerberg casts his ballot for a Republican one day, Congress will then look into his company.

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A lot of bad happens on FB.  A lot of good happens, too.  I guess its that way with everything.  You can shut it all down, but then you have nothing.  We have had a lot of so called shutdowns lately.  Best to keep it all up and running.  I choose to roll with the good.  The bad, I leave behind.

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but my point is/was.....if you had 1000 pic's of child porn on your computer ...you would be in jail for awhile. Why isnt MZ?   Or ......fine them, they inturn can go after the pervs that posted it...they know all their info...... and about that ....why doesnt facebook turn that info over to police...hmmm

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1 hour ago, WMJ77 said:

but my point is/was.....if you had 1000 pic's of child porn on your computer ...you would be in jail for awhile. Why isnt MZ?   Or ......fine them, they inturn can go after the pervs that posted it...they know all their info...... and about that ....why doesnt facebook turn that info over to police...hmmm

you could say the same of email and phone service providers as they are used for the same evil purposes.  You can't shut it all down. 

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phone would be real tough, but e-mail....I bet ole Bill can come up with ...if there isnt one now.....a filter for words /phrases that would then be red flagged for the administrator to see/ review then TAKE ACTION...if you fail to take action you get fined or lose lic........NSA listens to phone calls for certain words  why not facebook

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