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Facebook apologized for asking about how appropriate it is to ask 14-year-old girls to send nude photos

Guy Rosen (in the middle). Photo from page in Twitter
Guy Rosen (in the middle). Photo from page in Twitter

Facebook Vice-President Guy Rosen apologized for the social network application published on the admissibility of situations in which an adult man requires a 14-year-old girl to send him a sexual photograph. According to Rosen, such a question is erroneous and should not have been included

We run surveys to understand how the community thinks about how we set policies. But this kind of activity is and will always be completely unacceptable on FB. We regularly work with authorities if identified. It shouldn’t have been part of this survey. That was a mistake

Attention to the poll from Facebook drew the attention of the editor of the digital news edition of The Guardian Jonathan Haynes (Jonathan Haynes). He was surprised that Facebook not only offered to assess the admissibility of sexting situations with minors, but also did not suggest calling the police in such cases – just remove such content from the social

And asked this … and I’m like, er wait it making it secret the best Facebook can offer here? Not, y’know, callin

“It popped up on Facebook. And there was such a question. And I’m like this: “Do not talk about it – the best that Facebook can? Do not you call the police there? “”

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