Facebook blasted again for not quickly removing child porn



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Here we go again.

For the second time in a little more than a month, Facebook is being criticized for not quickly removing images that may be illegal. 

On Thursday, The Times reported that Facebook didn’t take down child pornography images and content promoting the Islamic State despite being notified that the content existed. According to The Times, Facebook algorithmically promoted some of the content. In the United Kingdom, distributing extremist content with reckless intent is illegal.

Reporters for The Times discovered the images and let Facebook know about them through the social network’s reporting channels, but company officials didn’t do anything about the content until the journalists said they were about to publish a story. Read more…

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2017-04-13T22:12:56+00:00Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

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