Facebook’s sent an official statement back in which the company reiterated what it said to the BBC, adding that it has “zero tolerance for child exploitation.” This illegal behavior is rare on Facebook but it is immediately removed and reported to relevant law enforcement agencies when it is detected.We believe that our comprehensive reporting system and community standards help make Facebook one of the safest places for people on the web.
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I reached out to Facebook to get a bit more clarification of why it hasn’t taken down some of the images or groups, and to find out if the company is still committed to secret groups in light of how pedophiles are using them.
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[Secret groups open up] a complete network of opportunity to paedophiles. When it comes to specific groups I think it’s really important that we investigate the groups, so if you’re able to share the details of these groups with me then I can work with my colleagues who do the investigations on these and make sure we’re investigating them and we’re removing the content that shouldn’t be there.
[Facebook will] deal directly with law enforcement to make sure they’re aware of these groups and follow the proper process.
Facebook told the BBC that the image didn’t breach its community standards.