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Facebook adding “Panic Button”

Posted by Sandra On July - 12 - 2010

Popular social networking website Facebook will add a ‘panic button’ application which will report child abuse to Britain’s Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP). Once installed, the application appears on the homepage saying that the users are in ‘control online’. Facebook had initially resisted the idea, but finally agreed after months of negotiation with the CEOP, BBC reported.

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