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Chicago police arrest 14-year-old in alleged sexual assault broadcast on Facebook Live

Chicago police have arrested a 14-year-old who is suspected of participating in the alleged sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl that was streamed live on Facebook.

The teen was taken into custody Saturday night and is one of several juveniles suspected to have been involved in the alleged attack, Chicago police said. He is facing felony charges of aggravated criminal sexual assault, manufacturing of child pornography and dissemination of child pornography, Anthony Guglielmi, a spokesman for the police department, told the AP.

The arrest comes about two weeks after the girl’s family and friends said they witnessed her attack by several males on Facebook Live.

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How hackers can trick YOU – this woman had intimate pictures exposed on Facebook

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans HACKERS tricked one woman into sharing her details, before asking her to send them a sex video, threatening to leak her personal … View full post on Become007.com

Facebook Security – FBI publishes dangers associated with Romance Scams

The FBI has an issued an informative awareness document on the growing dangers of Romance Scams as follows: https://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/romance-scams “I’m very active on Facebook,” said the woman, who agreed to share her story in the hopes that others might avoid becoming victims. “I thought it was safe.” After she friended Charlie—without verifying his bogus claim that they had a mutual friend—“he would read my wall, I would read his wall. We would post things, he would like things. Read More…. View full post on Dating Scams 101

Sick paedo, 66, who targeted young girl for years caught after ‘accidentally’ uploading child abuse images to Facebook

AN EVIL paedophile’s years of abuse and horrific sex tourism was uncovered after he “accidentally” uploaded child abuse images to FACEBOOK.

David Grant, 66, was picked up by cops last August and told officers he found underage girls “attractive and pretty” – but was released on bail and able to continue his vile crimes.

The painter and decorator, from Westcliff, in Essex, was meant to be banned from having contact with children after he was arrested and bailed for possession of child abuse images.

But Grant ignored this and carried on assaulting his victim until he was arrested again three months later in what once police officer described as “one of the most harrowing cases” they’ve seen.

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Authorities warn of romance scams on Facebook, dating websites

As Valentine’s Day approaches, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is warning Ohioans that his office has received several recent reports of romance scams that started on Facebook or dating websites. In the scam, a con artist creates a phony profile online, contacts a potential victim, and begins communicating with the person through messages or calls. Eventually, the scammer asks for money. “Scam artists will pretend to be someone they’re not,” DeWine said. “They’ll start to communicate with a person online, and they’ll forge an emotional connection. Read More….

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Facebook and Snapchat are to launch ‘police’ icons that users can click if they feel threatened online in new crackdown on cyberbullies

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Facebook and Snapchat are to launch ‘police’ icons that users can click if they feel threatened online in new crackdown on cyberbullies

Police officers are set to monitor social media sites in a bid to stamp out hate crime and cyber bullying. Social media companies are looking into installing police icons on their sites which users can click if they feel threatened. …

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Anti-incitement ‘Facebook’ law advances

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Anti-incitement ‘Facebook’ law advances

The Cabinet is set to vote on a bill which would empower the courts to order social media sites to remove content inciting to terrorism.
The bill, which was initiated by Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked and Internal Security Minister Gilad

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Facebook Pays Indian Hackers The Most For Its Bug Bounty Program

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Facebook Pays Indian Hackers The Most For Its Bug Bounty Program

In a post yesterday, Facebook revealed that Indian cyber security pros are at the top of the list for rewards distributed under the company’s bug bounty program.
Launched in 2011, the program was created to report security flaws and bugs

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Facebook Inc (FB) Or Twitter Inc (TWTR): Making The Right Social Media Choice

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Facebook Inc (FB) Or Twitter Inc (TWTR): Making The Right Social Media Choice

Many social media users still see what current social networking service providers give now as basic necessities in our digital age. They see a fair balance in the arrangement between them and the service provider even when they are being

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Privacy advocates rail against US Homeland Security’s Twitter, Facebook snooping

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Privacy advocates rail against US Homeland Security’s Twitter, Facebook snooping

A proposal to ask people to provide details of their social media accounts before entering the United States has been criticized as “highly invasive” by privacy advocates.
A coalition of 28 groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Center

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