Stop Facebook creating hiding places for child abusers

 

Mark Zuckerberg wants to introduce encryption on Facebook. Zuckerberg is jeopardising the safety of children by making child abuse virtually undetectable. Encryption will create digital hiding places for groomers and hide the child sexual abuse that is happening on their site.

Last year Facebook reported 12 million child sexual offences worldwide, that would have been untraceable if their current plans for encryption were in place. Encryption means Facebook will be working in the dark to stop child abuse. 

Help us keep the light on child protection. We’re demanding Facebook put children first. Join us. Add your name on the right.

 

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We're demanding Facebook protect children from abuse.

On the next page you'll be able to see our letter to Facebook.

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