Facebook Tests New Ways to Prevent Sharing of Content That Victimizes Children

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Facebook is testing new tools aimed at preventing people from sharing content that victimizes children, as well as improvements to its detection and reporting tools.

People on the flagship Facebook application who search for terms associated with child exploitation will see a popup that warns them of the consequences of viewing illegal content and suggests ways to receive help from offender diversion organizations.

And in cases where people share viral, meme child exploitative content, the content is removed, banked and reported to the National



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