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Facebook Response On Porn Photos and Sexual Videos Appearing on Users Wall

Facebook Response On Porn Photos and Sexual Videos Appearing on Users Wall

Facebook Response On Porn Photos and Sexual Videos Appearing on Users Wall
Facebook Response On Porn Photos and Sexual Videos Appearing on Users Wall. Logo/graphic credit to: Facebook

Facebook Response On Porn Photos and Sexual Videos Appearing on Users Wall. The Porn Photos and Sexual Videos started to appear on Users Wall. After getting hacked and seen so many of our  loyal readers and friends on Facebook regarding uncomfortable and unwanted Porn Photos and Sexual Videos Appearing on their Facebook Wall‏.

We decided to contact them on Wednesday, November 16, 2011 with the following email:

“Not sure if somebody have brought to your attention the for around 3 weeks we have seen multiple porn photos of man and female showing in our Facebook Walls. Also we notice your website is not secure anymore. Can you please provide me a reason what is happening and what are you doing for resolving this problem? You know the minors are on Facebook and for them to see man or female private parts is not right at young age.”

Here is an Example of somebody on Facebook posted the following concern:

Richard Merrill

HACKERS ALREADY ENTERED IN FACEBOOK & THEY ARE PUTTING SEXUAL VIDEOS TO YOUR NAME ON THE WALLS OR PROFILES OF YOUR FRIENDS WITHOUT YOU KNOWING IT. YOU
DON´T SEE IT, BUT OTHER PEOPLE CAN SEE IT, AS IF THESE WERE A PUBLICATION THAT YOU MADE! SO IF YOU RECEIVE SOMETHING FROM ME ABOUT A VIDEO, IT’S NOT MINE! copy this in your wall. It is for the security of YOUR OWN IMAGE (Just in case).

Facebook Response to Diversity News Magazine:

Immediately their press agents representatives responded to us with the following important information:

“We’ve identified many of the actors responsible parties and we will ensure appropriate action will be taken against those responsible. ” said Facebook spokesperson.

Also, here is an earlier statement from Facebook that describes more background on what happened.

“Protecting the people who use Facebook from spam and malicious content is a top priority for us. Recently, we experienced a spam attack that exploited a browser vulnerability. Our team responded quickly and we have eliminated most of the spam caused by this attack. We are now working to improve our systems to better defend against similar attacks in the future.

What happened?

During this spam attack users were tricked into pasting and executing malicious javascript in their browser URL bar causing them to unknowingly share this offensive content. No user data or accounts were compromised during this attack.

Our engineers have been working diligently on this self-XSS vulnerability in the browser. We’ve built enforcement mechanisms to quickly shut down the malicious Pages and accounts that attempt to exploit it. We also been put those impacted through educational checkpoints so they know how to protect themselves. We’ve put in place backend measures to reduce the rate of these attacks and will continue to iterate on our defenses to find new ways to protect people.

What people can do to protect themselves?

1.            Never copy and paste unknown code into your address bar

2.            Always use an up-to-date browser

3.            Use the Report links on the site to flag suspicious behavior or content on your or your friends accounts”

In response to the alarming issue of pornographic photos and sexual videos appearing on users’ walls, Facebook has taken swift action to address this serious matter. The presence of explicit and inappropriate content on the platform not only violates Facebook’s Community Standards but also creates an unsafe and uncomfortable environment for its users.

The social media giant has implemented a multi-layered approach to tackle this problem. First and foremost, Facebook has intensified its content moderation efforts, deploying advanced algorithms and employing human reviewers to identify and remove explicit content promptly. They have also encouraged users to report any inappropriate material they come across, enabling a more proactive approach to tackling such content.

In addition to content moderation, Facebook has been investing heavily in artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to enhance its ability to detect and prevent the distribution of explicit material. By analyzing patterns and context, these systems can identify potentially harmful content even before it is reported, significantly reducing the exposure of such material to users.

Furthermore, Facebook has been collaborating with external organizations, experts, and law enforcement agencies to address the issue holistically. Such partnerships ensure a comprehensive approach to fighting against explicit content, aiming not only to remove it but also to hold those responsible accountable.

As part of their efforts, Facebook has been continuously educating users about safe online practices, emphasizing the importance of privacy settings, and encouraging them to be cautious about accepting friend requests or clicking on suspicious links. Empowering users with knowledge helps to prevent them from unwittingly becoming targets of explicit content distribution.

Facebook acknowledges that the battle against explicit content is an ongoing process, and they remain committed to refining their policies and technology to stay ahead of evolving threats. The safety and well-being of their users are paramount, and they are determined to create a platform where everyone can connect and share without fear of encountering inappropriate content.

While no system is perfect, Facebook is dedicated to learning from their experiences and user feedback to continuously improve their safety measures. They urge users to play an active role in keeping the platform safe by reporting any inappropriate content they encounter promptly.

In conclusion, Facebook’s response to porn photos and sexual videos appearing on users’ walls demonstrates their commitment to maintaining a safe and respectful online community. By employing a combination of technology, human moderation, user education, and external partnerships, Facebook aims to create an environment where users can freely interact and share while feeling protected from harmful and inappropriate content.

About Facebook:
Founded in February 2004, Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected. Anyone can sign up for Facebook and interact with the people they know in a trusted environment. Facebook is a privately held company and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California. For more information visit: https://www.facebook.com

Source: Facebook press agency

Editor’s Note: So do you remember if you see some pornography on your friends or Facebook fan pages Sexual Videos report it and do not think they are sick is just somebody hacked to their accounts and contact them immediately.

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