Facebook is rife with child pornography yet refuses to address the issue practively. In recent days (mid March 2013) there have been 2 instances where severe explicit child porn material have gone viral on Facebook. It does however highlight the tip of iceberg on an epidemic of child pornography and abuse that is on not only Facebook but also most social media. Pages are created to share child pornography everyday on Facebook and seem to operate with impunity whilst those that try to see this evil eradicated are targeted by Facebook for deletion in an attempt to silence them.
http://www.avaaz.org/en/petition/Demanding_a_Dedicated_Reporting_Function_for_Child_Sexual_Abuse_Content_on_Facebook/ A lot of mainstream media has ignored our pleas to make this evil side of social media known. Facebook has specifically ignored repeated requests and offers of assistance. They still hire third world moderators for an all world issue with little to zero effect to stop the file sharing of this abhorrent evil. WAKE UP WORLD!
Check out Morality In Media's list of individuals and companies that are actively engaged in shaping public acceptance of pornography and the exploitation of women.
OPERATION SCARECROW's insight:
3. Facebook - The world’s most popular social networking site has become a top place to trade pornography, which we have reported on numerous occasions. According to reports, even child pornography is regularly shared on Facebook, and women and children are trafficked on the site. While Facebook policy prohibits “pornographic content,” they do not devote sufficient resources to effectively police their site. Rather, Facebook seems to rely on users to do this work, and then they often take days to remove the content. Facebook has the resources to develop better detection tools, yet they have not made this a priority. We hope to change their corporate mind.
The world’s largest pro-pedophilia advocacy group uses Facebook to connect with its members throughout the world; to find and exchange photos of children; to hone its members' predatory behavior; and to identify, target and reel in child victims.
Facebook has been accused of allowing child pornography to proliferate thanks to a new meme in which users, some of them underaged, are encouraged to post naked pictures of themselves on the social media platform.
WND's Chelsea Schilling is a brave lady. She courageously took an assignment to go undercover on Facebook to expose the darkest, most sickening aspect of that social network: prevalent child rape imagery and video.
In a dark attic, a little girl, no older than 9, appears with a distrustful look on her face as she wears only a training bra. She glimpses the camera out of the corner of her eye. The many comments under her photo are telling: “So cute!
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