REPORT: Facebook had to assess nearly 54,000 potential cases of revenge pornography and “sextortion” on the site in a single month, according to a leaked document #AceNewsDesk – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – May.23: The company relies on users to report most abusive content, meaning the real scale of the problem could be much greater #AceNewsDesk reports 

Facebook Flooded With ‘Sextortion’ and Revenge Porn, Files Reveal Published on May 22, 2017 at 06:40AM: Figures shared with staff reveal that in January Facebook had to disable more than 14,000 accounts related to these types of sexual abuse — and 33 of the cases reviewed involved children.

 But the Guardian has been told that moderators find Facebook’s policies on sexual content the hardest to follow. “Sexual policy is the one where moderators make most mistakes,” said a source. “It is very complex.” Facebook admitted this was a high priority area and that it was using “image-matching” software to stop explicit content getting on to the site. It also acknowledged it was difficult to draw a line between acceptable and unacceptable sexual content.

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