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The software scans for prohibited words and phrases, the exchange of personal information, requests for sexual favors, and conversations with sexual tones between adults and minors.
However, results from our national bullying survey, shows 91% of people who reported cyber bullying said that no action was taken.Or at least, a software monitoring system used by them did.The social networking giant has confirmed that it is uses a computer program to scan chats and messages sent between users for possible activities of sexual predators.That combined with the fact that the site pushes users to upload pictures of themselves means underage children could be chatting and sharing pictures of themselves with adult users.When our editorial team created an account, one of the things that stood out was the ability to see who was viewing their profile (positioned as “who’s checked me out”).While this is good news to parents who want to protect their children against online sexual predators, the same scanning activity has sent off warning bells with privacy advocates.
Not only that, analysts also believe that such control can negatively impact a site’s membership.
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You might not know it, but Facebook could have just read the latest conversation you had with your close friend.
This can leave users feeling disbelieved, vulnerable and knock their self-esteem.
A general rule when making a complaint about being bullied online is to copy the terms and conditions which have been breached and take a screenshot of the comment or photo as evidence.
This followed a Twitter post on Friday in which Elkington said: "Things about Southport - fat tattooed guy, fat tattooed girl, trash, Pakistani robber guy, sh-t food."A statement in Elkington's name was issued 20 minutes after he teed off in a third round where he shot a 1-over par 71 in which the golfer explained he had no idea 'Pakki', more commonly spelt as 'Paki' and long regarded in Britain as a highly offensive term, was an objectionable word."I am prepared to adhere to any disciplinary action that the Championship sees fit," Elkington's statement said."In my tweet I was referring to an unfortunate incident involving a caddie earlier in the week.