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Facebook slammed for not removing sexualized child images
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Living Obama
2017-03-08 02:48:03 UTC
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Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their
removal, according to the BBC.

Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove
sexualized images of children.

As part of a BBC investigation, published Tuesday, 100 such
images were reported to the social network. Only 18 were removed
at that time, the BBC reported.

This is not the first time Facebook has been called out for
failing to combat the posting of problematic or illegal images
of children. An investigation last year, also conducted by the
BBC, uncovered closed groups used by pedophiles to post obscene
images, resulting in one man's conviction and four-year prison
sentence.

As the world's largest social network, with 1.86 billion people
accessing it at least once a month, Facebook must constantly
wrestle with the content that gets shared on its site, including
violence live-streamed via its Facebook Live feature. The
company has reporting mechanisms, but the BBC's investigation
shows they aren't necessarily enough.

According to the BBC, its investigation also uncovered:

Groups created by pedophiles.
Closed groups with names including "hot xxxx schoolgirls"
featuring images of real children.
Sexualized photographs of children under 16 with obscene
comments.
An image that looked like a still frame from a child abuse video.
Five accounts belonging to convicted pedophiles -- whom Facebook
explicitly bans.
The BBC initially used Facebook's reporting feature to flag what
it had found, before contacting the company directly when most
of the content wasn't removed.

All of the content has now been taken down.

"We have carefully reviewed the content referred to us and have
now removed all items that were illegal or against our
standards," a Facebook spokeswoman said in a statement to CNET.
"This content is no longer on our platform."

Facebook's reporting feature

Damian Collins, a British Parliament member who chairs the House
of Commons Select Committee for Culture, Media and Sport, told
the BBC Radio 4's Today show that he's concerned about
Facebook's manual reviews of reported content.

"What is disturbing is that when these images were brought to
Facebook's attention, they have not taken action to remove all
of these images, nor have they provided any explanation as to
why this is the case," he said.

The UK-based National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Children echoed his concerns.

"Facebook's failure to remove illegal content from its website
is appalling and violates the agreements they have in place to
protect children," a spokeswoman for the group said in a
statement to CNET. "It also raises the question of what content
they consider to be inappropriate and dangerous to children."

Facebook told CNET it takes the matter "extremely seriously" and
is continuing to improve its reporting and take-down measures.
"Facebook has been recognized as one of the best platforms on
the internet for child safety," the company spokeswoman said.

An 'astonishing' response

The BBC's report did more than highlight problems with
Facebook's reporting process.

When the BBC journalist contacted Facebook to inform the company
that it was leaving problematic content on its platform, the
social network asked the journalist to send over the images.
Facebook then reported the BBC to the Child Exploitation and
Online Protection Agency (CEOP), which is part of the UK's
National Crime Agency.

Collins said this was an "extraordinary" decision. "I think
that's an astonishing response," he said on BBC Radio 4's Today
show.

The Facebook spokeswoman defended her company's decision.

"It is against the law for anyone to distribute images of child
exploitation," she said. "When the BBC sent us such images we
followed our industry's standard practice and reported them to
CEOP."

She added that Facebook "also reported the child exploitation
images that had been shared on our own platform. This matter is
now in the hands of the authorities."

https://www.cnet.com/au/news/facebook-slammed-for-failing-to-
pull-down-illegal-child-imagery/
Frito Pendejo
2017-03-08 03:38:17 UTC
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Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their
removal, according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove
sexualized images of children.
"Sexualized images of children?" What does that mean? I mean, I
understand what child pornography is and find it abhorrent, but
if an innocent image of an innocent child turns some perv on, it
becomes illegal?

A famous music star tried to get a photo of himself as a child,
taken by his own mother, while he was naked in the bathtub,
published in his autobiography. The publisher refused, arguing
that it was "child pornography." Music star argued that it was
a photo of HIMSELF, and that if anyone was sexually aroused by
it he didn't care. Under the law, HE was the criminal, for
posing for "child pornography" photos taken by his own mother.
An innocent photo of an innocent baby (who are born naked, BTW),
captioned "Me as a baby taking a bath."

Meanwhile, in this same forum, there is a heated argument among
rightards who are furious about the Marine Corps scandal where
female cadets were secretly photographed nude in the shower,
taking a dump, dressing for work, etc., with photos of them
spread among members of a "secret" perv forum. That is just
fine, because, quote, "Punishing men for taking and spreading
such photos should not be a crime. Libtards are assholes."
&
2017-03-08 03:51:04 UTC
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Post by Frito Pendejo
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such images,
and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their removal,
according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove sexualized
images of children.
"Sexualized images of children?" What does that mean? I mean, I
understand what child pornography is and find it abhorrent, but if an
innocent image of an innocent child turns some perv on, it becomes
illegal?
A famous music star tried to get a photo of himself as a child, taken
by his own mother, while he was naked in the bathtub, published in
his autobiography. The publisher refused, arguing that it was "child
pornography." Music star argued that it was a photo of HIMSELF, and
that if anyone was sexually aroused by it he didn't care. Under the
law, HE was the criminal, for posing for "child pornography" photos
taken by his own mother. An innocent photo of an innocent baby (who
are born naked, BTW), captioned "Me as a baby taking a bath."
Meanwhile, in this same forum, there is a heated argument among
rightards who are furious about the Marine Corps scandal where female
cadets were secretly photographed nude in the shower, taking a dump,
dressing for work, etc., with photos of them spread among members of
a "secret" perv forum. That is just fine, because, quote, "Punishing
men for taking and spreading such photos should not be a crime.
Libtards are assholes."
maybe if you didnt like child porn you wouldnt be blaming men for
female behavior
Turin Turd
2017-03-08 05:48:38 UTC
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Post by Frito Pendejo
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such images,
and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their removal,
according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove sexualized
images of children.
"Sexualized images of children?" What does that mean? I mean, I
understand what child pornography is and find it abhorrent, but if an
innocent image of an innocent child turns some perv on, it becomes
illegal?
A famous music star tried to get a photo of himself as a child, taken
by his own mother, while he was naked in the bathtub, published in
his autobiography. The publisher refused, arguing that it was "child
pornography." Music star argued that it was a photo of HIMSELF, and
that if anyone was sexually aroused by it he didn't care. Under the
law, HE was the criminal, for posing for "child pornography" photos
taken by his own mother. An innocent photo of an innocent baby (who
are born naked, BTW), captioned "Me as a baby taking a bath."
Meanwhile, in this same forum, there is a heated argument among
rightards who are furious about the Marine Corps scandal where female
cadets were secretly photographed nude in the shower, taking a dump,
dressing for work, etc., with photos of them spread among members of
a "secret" perv forum. That is just fine, because, quote, "Punishing
men for taking and spreading such photos should not be a crime.
Libtards are assholes."
maybe if you didnt like child porn you wouldnt be blaming men for
female behavior
“&” is an infamous and anonymous internet troll. He launches
scurrilous, defamatory, trivializing and false diatribes against
Men’s Rights activists and their posts and against Men’s Rights
organizations. He therefore, has as his goals the disruption of
soc.men and the thwarting of the legitimate goals of the men’s
rights movement, and the denigration, trivialization and discrediting
of the leaders of the men’s rights movement and men’s rights
organizations.

FOAD TURIN you moron
&
2017-03-08 06:59:03 UTC
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Post by Frito Pendejo
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their
removal, according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove
sexualized images of children.
"Sexualized images of children?" What does that mean? I mean, I
understand what child pornography is and find it abhorrent, but
if an innocent image of an innocent child turns some perv on, it
becomes illegal?
A famous music star tried to get a photo of himself as a child,
taken by his own mother, while he was naked in the bathtub,
published in his autobiography. The publisher refused, arguing
that it was "child pornography." Music star argued that it was a
photo of HIMSELF, and that if anyone was sexually aroused by it
he didn't care. Under the law, HE was the criminal, for posing
for "child pornography" photos taken by his own mother. An
innocent photo of an innocent baby (who are born naked, BTW),
captioned "Me as a baby taking a bath."
Meanwhile, in this same forum, there is a heated argument among
rightards who are furious about the Marine Corps scandal where
female cadets were secretly photographed nude in the shower,
taking a dump, dressing for work, etc., with photos of them
spread among members of a "secret" perv forum. That is just fine,
because, quote, "Punishing men for taking and spreading such
photos should not be a crime. Libtards are assholes."
maybe if you didnt like child porn you wouldnt be blaming men for
female behavior
“&” is an infamous and anonymous internet troll. He launches
scurrilous, defamatory, trivializing and false diatribes against
Men’s Rights activists and their posts and against Men’s Rights
organizations. He therefore, has as his goals the disruption of
soc.men and the thwarting of the legitimate goals of the men’s rights
movement, and the denigration, trivialization and discrediting of the
leaders of the men’s rights movement and men’s rights organizations.
FOAD TURIN you moron
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Turin Turd
2017-03-10 06:00:58 UTC
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Post by &
fake flooding from drug dealer faggots posting junk messages to hide
behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too its from peter j
ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report identity thieves and pirates
to fbi . i win
Post by Turin Turd
Post by &
Post by Frito Pendejo
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their
removal, according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove
sexualized images of children.
"Sexualized images of children?" What does that mean? I mean, I
understand what child pornography is and find it abhorrent, but
if an innocent image of an innocent child turns some perv on, it
becomes illegal?
A famous music star tried to get a photo of himself as a child,
taken by his own mother, while he was naked in the bathtub,
published in his autobiography. The publisher refused, arguing
that it was "child pornography." Music star argued that it was a
photo of HIMSELF, and that if anyone was sexually aroused by it
he didn't care. Under the law, HE was the criminal, for posing
for "child pornography" photos taken by his own mother. An
innocent photo of an innocent baby (who are born naked, BTW),
captioned "Me as a baby taking a bath."
Meanwhile, in this same forum, there is a heated argument among
rightards who are furious about the Marine Corps scandal where
female cadets were secretly photographed nude in the shower,
taking a dump, dressing for work, etc., with photos of them
spread among members of a "secret" perv forum. That is just fine,
because, quote, "Punishing men for taking and spreading such
photos should not be a crime. Libtards are assholes."
maybe if you didnt like child porn you wouldnt be blaming men for
female behavior
“&” is an infamous and anonymous internet troll. He launches
scurrilous, defamatory, trivializing and false diatribes against
Men’s Rights activists and their posts and against Men’s Rights
organizations. He therefore, has as his goals the disruption of
soc.men and the thwarting of the legitimate goals of the men’s rights
movement, and the denigration, trivialization and discrediting of the
leaders of the men’s rights movement and men’s rights organizations.
FOAD TURIN you moron
FOAD TURIN you moron
Frank Lombard
2017-03-08 06:39:58 UTC
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Post by &
Post by Frito Pendejo
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such images,
and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their removal,
according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove sexualized
images of children.
"Sexualized images of children?" What does that mean? I mean, I
understand what child pornography is and find it abhorrent, but if an
innocent image of an innocent child turns some perv on, it becomes
illegal?
A famous music star tried to get a photo of himself as a child, taken
by his own mother, while he was naked in the bathtub, published in
his autobiography. The publisher refused, arguing that it was "child
pornography." Music star argued that it was a photo of HIMSELF, and
that if anyone was sexually aroused by it he didn't care. Under the
law, HE was the criminal, for posing for "child pornography" photos
taken by his own mother. An innocent photo of an innocent baby (who
are born naked, BTW), captioned "Me as a baby taking a bath."
Meanwhile, in this same forum, there is a heated argument among
rightards who are furious about the Marine Corps scandal where female
cadets were secretly photographed nude in the shower, taking a dump,
dressing for work, etc., with photos of them spread among members of
a "secret" perv forum. That is just fine, because, quote, "Punishing
men for taking and spreading such photos should not be a crime.
Libtards are assholes."
Just one asshole named Brennan from Columbia, same POS liberal
shithole Obama passed thru.
Post by &
maybe if you didnt like child porn you wouldnt be blaming men for
female behavior
Maybe you shouldn't upload child porn in the usenet binary
groups.
Frank Lombard
2017-03-08 09:55:13 UTC
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2017-03-08 23:03:20 UTC
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Cross-eyed dinner masher with bullnecked auger-headed gut wrench,
miniscule right nut, and lean gazoo needs non-effective backeye for
abhorrent load lightening and ceaseless intimate relations.
abuse.
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Turin Turd
2017-03-10 06:01:26 UTC
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Cross-eyed dinner masher with bullnecked auger-headed gut wrench,
miniscule right nut, and lean gazoo needs non-effective backeye for
abhorrent load lightening and ceaseless intimate relations.
have you tried alt . fags
FOAD TURIN you moron
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2017-03-11 00:11:41 UTC
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Cross-eyed dinner masher with bullnecked auger-headed gut
wrench, miniscule right nut, and lean gazoo needs non-effective
backeye for abhorrent load lightening and ceaseless intimate
relations.
have you tried alt . fags
FOAD TURIN you moron
fake flooding from drug dealer scum posting junk messages to hide
behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too its from peter j
ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report identity thieves and pirates
to fbi . i win
Frank Lombard
2017-03-11 14:12:57 UTC
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Cross-eyed dinner masher with bullnecked auger-headed gut
wrench, miniscule right nut, and lean gazoo needs non-effective
backeye for abhorrent load lightening and ceaseless intimate
relations.
have you tried alt . fags
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2017-03-08 06:56:14 UTC
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Post by Frank Lombard
Post by &
Post by Frito Pendejo
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their
removal, according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove
sexualized images of children.
"Sexualized images of children?" What does that mean? I mean, I
understand what child pornography is and find it abhorrent, but
if an innocent image of an innocent child turns some perv on, it
becomes illegal?
A famous music star tried to get a photo of himself as a child,
taken by his own mother, while he was naked in the bathtub,
published in his autobiography. The publisher refused, arguing
that it was "child pornography." Music star argued that it was a
photo of HIMSELF, and that if anyone was sexually aroused by it
he didn't care. Under the law, HE was the criminal, for posing
for "child pornography" photos taken by his own mother. An
innocent photo of an innocent baby (who are born naked, BTW),
captioned "Me as a baby taking a bath."
Meanwhile, in this same forum, there is a heated argument among
rightards who are furious about the Marine Corps scandal where
female cadets were secretly photographed nude in the shower,
taking a dump, dressing for work, etc., with photos of them
spread among members of a "secret" perv forum. That is just fine,
because, quote, "Punishing men for taking and spreading such
photos should not be a crime. Libtards are assholes."
Just one asshole named Brennan from Columbia, same POS liberal
shithole Obama passed thru.
Post by &
maybe if you didnt like child porn you wouldnt be blaming men for
female behavior
Maybe you shouldn't upload child porn in the usenet binary groups.
fake flooding from drug dealer faggots posting junk messages to hide
behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too its from peter j
ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report identity thieves and pirates
to fbi . i win
Turin Turd
2017-03-10 06:01:13 UTC
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Post by &
Post by Frank Lombard
Post by &
Post by Frito Pendejo
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their
removal, according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove
sexualized images of children.
"Sexualized images of children?" What does that mean? I mean, I
understand what child pornography is and find it abhorrent, but
if an innocent image of an innocent child turns some perv on, it
becomes illegal?
A famous music star tried to get a photo of himself as a child,
taken by his own mother, while he was naked in the bathtub,
published in his autobiography. The publisher refused, arguing
that it was "child pornography." Music star argued that it was a
photo of HIMSELF, and that if anyone was sexually aroused by it
he didn't care. Under the law, HE was the criminal, for posing
for "child pornography" photos taken by his own mother. An
innocent photo of an innocent baby (who are born naked, BTW),
captioned "Me as a baby taking a bath."
Meanwhile, in this same forum, there is a heated argument among
rightards who are furious about the Marine Corps scandal where
female cadets were secretly photographed nude in the shower,
taking a dump, dressing for work, etc., with photos of them
spread among members of a "secret" perv forum. That is just fine,
because, quote, "Punishing men for taking and spreading such
photos should not be a crime. Libtards are assholes."
Just one asshole named Brennan from Columbia, same POS liberal
shithole Obama passed thru.
Post by &
maybe if you didnt like child porn you wouldnt be blaming men for
female behavior
Maybe you shouldn't upload child porn in the usenet binary groups.
fake flooding from drug dealer faggots posting junk messages to hide
behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too its from peter j
ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report identity thieves and pirates
to fbi . i win
FOAD TURIN you moron
Marxette
2017-03-10 14:52:21 UTC
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:) Not by the real Turin an' not who Turin is. The people using this
tactic are a gang of cyber criminals, here's a borrowed quote wrt to
some of their other activities:


"...a gang of online thieves who do specialize in identity theft and
forgeries among other cyber activities.

The purpose of this post was not trolling or fun or personal vendettas.
It was gang intimidation oriented toward facilitating criminal
activities; which, includes the trading of drugs, pornography and
copyrighted works. This group uses "alt.usenet.kooks" as an operating
base on Usenet. They are well known for stalking and intimidation of a
much more serious nature against targeted individuals.

You are encouraged to report such behavior to federal authorities
whenever it is encountered."
Post by Turin Turd
Post by &
Post by Frank Lombard
Post by &
Post by Frito Pendejo
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to
their removal, according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove
sexualized images of children.
"Sexualized images of children?" What does that mean? I mean,
I understand what child pornography is and find it abhorrent,
but if an innocent image of an innocent child turns some perv
on, it becomes illegal?
A famous music star tried to get a photo of himself as a
child, taken by his own mother, while he was naked in the
bathtub, published in his autobiography. The publisher
refused, arguing that it was "child pornography." Music star
argued that it was a photo of HIMSELF, and that if anyone was
sexually aroused by it he didn't care. Under the law, HE was
the criminal, for posing for "child pornography" photos taken
by his own mother. An innocent photo of an innocent baby (who
are born naked, BTW), captioned "Me as a baby taking a
bath."
Meanwhile, in this same forum, there is a heated argument
among rightards who are furious about the Marine Corps
scandal where female cadets were secretly photographed nude
in the shower, taking a dump, dressing for work, etc., with
photos of them spread among members of a "secret" perv forum.
That is just fine, because, quote, "Punishing men for taking
and spreading such photos should not be a crime. Libtards are
assholes."
Just one asshole named Brennan from Columbia, same POS liberal
shithole Obama passed thru.
Post by &
maybe if you didnt like child porn you wouldnt be blaming men
for female behavior
Maybe you shouldn't upload child porn in the usenet binary
groups.
fake flooding from drug dealer faggots posting junk messages to
hide behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too its
from peter j ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report identity
thieves and pirates to fbi . i win
FOAD TURIN you moron
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Marxette
Bases
2017-03-11 02:33:45 UTC
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Post by Marxette
:) Not by the real Turin an' not who Turin is. The people using this
tactic are a gang of cyber criminals, here's a borrowed quote wrt to
"...a gang of online thieves who do specialize in identity theft and
forgeries among other cyber activities.
The purpose of this post was not trolling or fun or personal vendettas.
It was gang intimidation oriented toward facilitating criminal
activities; which, includes the trading of drugs, pornography and
copyrighted works. This group uses "alt.usenet.kooks" as an operating
base on Usenet. They are well known for stalking and intimidation of a
much more serious nature against targeted individuals.
You are encouraged to report such behavior to federal authorities
whenever it is encountered."
Post by Turin Turd
Post by &
Post by Frank Lombard
Post by &
Post by Frito Pendejo
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to
their removal, according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove
sexualized images of children.
"Sexualized images of children?" What does that mean? I mean,
I understand what child pornography is and find it abhorrent,
but if an innocent image of an innocent child turns some perv
on, it becomes illegal?
A famous music star tried to get a photo of himself as a
child, taken by his own mother, while he was naked in the
bathtub, published in his autobiography. The publisher
refused, arguing that it was "child pornography." Music star
argued that it was a photo of HIMSELF, and that if anyone was
sexually aroused by it he didn't care. Under the law, HE was
the criminal, for posing for "child pornography" photos taken
by his own mother. An innocent photo of an innocent baby (who
are born naked, BTW), captioned "Me as a baby taking a
bath."
Meanwhile, in this same forum, there is a heated argument
among rightards who are furious about the Marine Corps
scandal where female cadets were secretly photographed nude
in the shower, taking a dump, dressing for work, etc., with
photos of them spread among members of a "secret" perv forum.
That is just fine, because, quote, "Punishing men for taking
and spreading such photos should not be a crime. Libtards are
assholes."
Just one asshole named Brennan from Columbia, same POS liberal
shithole Obama passed thru.
Post by &
maybe if you didnt like child porn you wouldnt be blaming men
for female behavior
Maybe you shouldn't upload child porn in the usenet binary
groups.
fake flooding from drug dealer faggots posting junk messages to
hide behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too its
from peter j ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report identity
thieves and pirates to fbi . i win
FOAD TURIN you moron
--
Marxette
Yawn.
Turin Turd
2017-03-12 06:32:17 UTC
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Post by Marxette
:) Not by the real Turin an' not who Turin is. The people using this
tactic are a gang of cyber criminals, here's a borrowed quote wrt to
"...a gang of online thieves who do specialize in identity theft and
forgeries among other cyber activities.
The purpose of this post was not trolling or fun or personal vendettas.
It was gang intimidation oriented toward facilitating criminal
activities; which, includes the trading of drugs, pornography and
copyrighted works. This group uses "alt.usenet.kooks" as an operating
base on Usenet. They are well known for stalking and intimidation of a
much more serious nature against targeted individuals.
You are encouraged to report such behavior to federal authorities
whenever it is encountered."
Post by Turin Turd
Post by &
Post by Frank Lombard
Post by &
Post by Frito Pendejo
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to
their removal, according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove
sexualized images of children.
"Sexualized images of children?" What does that mean? I mean,
I understand what child pornography is and find it abhorrent,
but if an innocent image of an innocent child turns some perv
on, it becomes illegal?
A famous music star tried to get a photo of himself as a
child, taken by his own mother, while he was naked in the
bathtub, published in his autobiography. The publisher
refused, arguing that it was "child pornography." Music star
argued that it was a photo of HIMSELF, and that if anyone was
sexually aroused by it he didn't care. Under the law, HE was
the criminal, for posing for "child pornography" photos taken
by his own mother. An innocent photo of an innocent baby (who
are born naked, BTW), captioned "Me as a baby taking a
bath."
Meanwhile, in this same forum, there is a heated argument
among rightards who are furious about the Marine Corps
scandal where female cadets were secretly photographed nude
in the shower, taking a dump, dressing for work, etc., with
photos of them spread among members of a "secret" perv forum.
That is just fine, because, quote, "Punishing men for taking
and spreading such photos should not be a crime. Libtards are
assholes."
Just one asshole named Brennan from Columbia, same POS liberal
shithole Obama passed thru.
Post by &
maybe if you didnt like child porn you wouldnt be blaming men
for female behavior
Maybe you shouldn't upload child porn in the usenet binary
groups.
fake flooding from drug dealer faggots posting junk messages to
hide behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too its
from peter j ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report identity
thieves and pirates to fbi . i win
FOAD TURIN you moron
“&” is an infamous and anonymous internet troll. He launches
scurrilous, defamatory, trivializing and false diatribes against
Men’s Rights activists and their posts and against Men’s Rights
organizations. He therefore, has as his goals the disruption of
soc.men and the thwarting of the legitimate goals of the men’s
rights movement, and the denigration, trivialization and discrediting
of the leaders of the men’s rights movement and men’s rights
organizations.

FOAD TURIN you moron
Marxette
2017-03-12 13:50:17 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
:) Not by the real Turin an' not who Turin is. The people using this
tactic are a gang of cyber criminals, here's a borrowed quote wrt to
some of their other activities:


"...a gang of online thieves who do specialize in identity theft and
forgeries among other cyber activities.

The purpose of this post was not trolling or fun or personal vendettas.
It was gang intimidation oriented toward facilitating criminal
activities; which, includes the trading of drugs, pornography and
copyrighted works. This group uses "alt.usenet.kooks" as an operating
base on Usenet. They are well known for stalking and intimidation of a
much more serious nature against targeted individuals.

You are encouraged to report such behavior to federal authorities
whenever it is encountered."
Post by Turin Turd
Post by Marxette
:) Not by the real Turin an' not who Turin is. The people using
this tactic are a gang of cyber criminals, here's a borrowed quote
"...a gang of online thieves who do specialize in identity theft
and forgeries among other cyber activities.
The purpose of this post was not trolling or fun or personal
vendettas. It was gang intimidation oriented toward facilitating
criminal activities; which, includes the trading of drugs,
pornography and copyrighted works. This group uses
"alt.usenet.kooks" as an operating base on Usenet. They are well
known for stalking and intimidation of a much more serious nature
against targeted individuals.
You are encouraged to report such behavior to federal authorities
whenever it is encountered."
Post by Turin Turd
Post by &
Post by Frank Lombard
Post by &
Post by Frito Pendejo
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share
such images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily
lead to their removal, according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to
remove sexualized images of children.
"Sexualized images of children?" What does that mean? I
mean, I understand what child pornography is and find it
abhorrent, but if an innocent image of an innocent child
turns some perv on, it becomes illegal?
A famous music star tried to get a photo of himself as a
child, taken by his own mother, while he was naked in
the bathtub, published in his autobiography. The
publisher refused, arguing that it was "child
pornography." Music star argued that it was a photo of
HIMSELF, and that if anyone was sexually aroused by it he
didn't care. Under the law, HE was the criminal, for
posing for "child pornography" photos taken by his own
mother. An innocent photo of an innocent baby (who are
born naked, BTW), captioned "Me as a baby taking a
bath."
Meanwhile, in this same forum, there is a heated
argument among rightards who are furious about the Marine
Corps scandal where female cadets were secretly
photographed nude in the shower, taking a dump, dressing
for work, etc., with photos of them spread among members
of a "secret" perv forum. That is just fine, because,
quote, "Punishing men for taking and spreading such
photos should not be a crime. Libtards are assholes."
Just one asshole named Brennan from Columbia, same POS
liberal shithole Obama passed thru.
Post by &
maybe if you didnt like child porn you wouldnt be blaming
men for female behavior
Maybe you shouldn't upload child porn in the usenet binary
groups.
fake flooding from drug dealer faggots posting junk messages
to hide behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too
its from peter j ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report
identity thieves and pirates to fbi . i win
FOAD TURIN you moron
“&” is an infamous and anonymous internet troll. He launches
scurrilous, defamatory, trivializing and false diatribes against
Men’s Rights activists and their posts and against Men’s Rights
organizations. He therefore, has as his goals the disruption of
soc.men and the thwarting of the legitimate goals of the men’s rights
movement, and the denigration, trivialization and discrediting of the
leaders of the men’s rights movement and men’s rights organizations.
FOAD TURIN you moron
--
Marxette
Malcolm McMahon
2017-03-10 16:58:18 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
Post by Frito Pendejo
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their
removal, according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove
sexualized images of children.
"Sexualized images of children?" What does that mean? I mean, I
understand what child pornography is and find it abhorrent, but
if an innocent image of an innocent child turns some perv on, it
becomes illegal?
The problem with all censorship of this kind is that we cannot judge for ourselves because we don't get to look at the pictures and make a decision. So "sexualised images of children could mean anything at all. And Facebook is damned if they do, damned if they don't.
&
2017-03-08 03:24:45 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
fake flooding from drug dealer scum posting junk messages to hide
behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too its from peter j
ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report identity thieves and pirates
to fbi . i win
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such images, and
reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their removal, according
to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove sexualized
images of children.
As part of a BBC investigation, published Tuesday, 100 such images
were reported to the social network. Only 18 were removed at that
time, the BBC reported.
This is not the first time Facebook has been called out for failing
to combat the posting of problematic or illegal images of children.
An investigation last year, also conducted by the BBC, uncovered
closed groups used by pedophiles to post obscene images, resulting in
one man's conviction and four-year prison sentence.
As the world's largest social network, with 1.86 billion people
accessing it at least once a month, Facebook must constantly wrestle
with the content that gets shared on its site, including violence
live-streamed via its Facebook Live feature. The company has
reporting mechanisms, but the BBC's investigation shows they aren't
necessarily enough.
Groups created by pedophiles. Closed groups with names including "hot
xxxx schoolgirls" featuring images of real children. Sexualized
photographs of children under 16 with obscene comments. An image that
looked like a still frame from a child abuse video. Five accounts
belonging to convicted pedophiles -- whom Facebook explicitly bans.
The BBC initially used Facebook's reporting feature to flag what it
had found, before contacting the company directly when most of the
content wasn't removed.
All of the content has now been taken down.
"We have carefully reviewed the content referred to us and have now
removed all items that were illegal or against our standards," a
Facebook spokeswoman said in a statement to CNET. "This content is no
longer on our platform."
Facebook's reporting feature
Damian Collins, a British Parliament member who chairs the House of
Commons Select Committee for Culture, Media and Sport, told the BBC
Radio 4's Today show that he's concerned about Facebook's manual
reviews of reported content.
"What is disturbing is that when these images were brought to
Facebook's attention, they have not taken action to remove all of
these images, nor have they provided any explanation as to why this
is the case," he said.
The UK-based National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Children echoed his concerns.
"Facebook's failure to remove illegal content from its website is
appalling and violates the agreements they have in place to protect
children," a spokeswoman for the group said in a statement to CNET.
"It also raises the question of what content they consider to be
inappropriate and dangerous to children."
Facebook told CNET it takes the matter "extremely seriously" and is
continuing to improve its reporting and take-down measures. "Facebook
has been recognized as one of the best platforms on the internet for
child safety," the company spokeswoman said.
An 'astonishing' response
The BBC's report did more than highlight problems with Facebook's
reporting process.
When the BBC journalist contacted Facebook to inform the company that
it was leaving problematic content on its platform, the social
network asked the journalist to send over the images. Facebook then
reported the BBC to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection
Agency (CEOP), which is part of the UK's National Crime Agency.
Collins said this was an "extraordinary" decision. "I think that's an
astonishing response," he said on BBC Radio 4's Today show.
The Facebook spokeswoman defended her company's decision.
"It is against the law for anyone to distribute images of child
exploitation," she said. "When the BBC sent us such images we
followed our industry's standard practice and reported them to
CEOP."
She added that Facebook "also reported the child exploitation images
that had been shared on our own platform. This matter is now in the
hands of the authorities."
https://www.cnet.com/au/news/facebook-slammed-for-failing-to-
pull-down-illegal-child-imagery/
--
i am & the great . i win
Turin Turd
2017-03-08 05:48:52 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
Post by &
fake flooding from drug dealer scum posting junk messages to hide
behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too its from peter j
ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report identity thieves and pirates
to fbi . i win
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such images, and
reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their removal, according
to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove sexualized
images of children.
As part of a BBC investigation, published Tuesday, 100 such images
were reported to the social network. Only 18 were removed at that
time, the BBC reported.
This is not the first time Facebook has been called out for failing
to combat the posting of problematic or illegal images of children.
An investigation last year, also conducted by the BBC, uncovered
closed groups used by pedophiles to post obscene images, resulting in
one man's conviction and four-year prison sentence.
As the world's largest social network, with 1.86 billion people
accessing it at least once a month, Facebook must constantly wrestle
with the content that gets shared on its site, including violence
live-streamed via its Facebook Live feature. The company has
reporting mechanisms, but the BBC's investigation shows they aren't
necessarily enough.
Groups created by pedophiles. Closed groups with names including "hot
xxxx schoolgirls" featuring images of real children. Sexualized
photographs of children under 16 with obscene comments. An image that
looked like a still frame from a child abuse video. Five accounts
belonging to convicted pedophiles -- whom Facebook explicitly bans.
The BBC initially used Facebook's reporting feature to flag what it
had found, before contacting the company directly when most of the
content wasn't removed.
All of the content has now been taken down.
"We have carefully reviewed the content referred to us and have now
removed all items that were illegal or against our standards," a
Facebook spokeswoman said in a statement to CNET. "This content is no
longer on our platform."
Facebook's reporting feature
Damian Collins, a British Parliament member who chairs the House of
Commons Select Committee for Culture, Media and Sport, told the BBC
Radio 4's Today show that he's concerned about Facebook's manual
reviews of reported content.
"What is disturbing is that when these images were brought to
Facebook's attention, they have not taken action to remove all of
these images, nor have they provided any explanation as to why this
is the case," he said.
The UK-based National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Children echoed his concerns.
"Facebook's failure to remove illegal content from its website is
appalling and violates the agreements they have in place to protect
children," a spokeswoman for the group said in a statement to CNET.
"It also raises the question of what content they consider to be
inappropriate and dangerous to children."
Facebook told CNET it takes the matter "extremely seriously" and is
continuing to improve its reporting and take-down measures. "Facebook
has been recognized as one of the best platforms on the internet for
child safety," the company spokeswoman said.
An 'astonishing' response
The BBC's report did more than highlight problems with Facebook's
reporting process.
When the BBC journalist contacted Facebook to inform the company that
it was leaving problematic content on its platform, the social
network asked the journalist to send over the images. Facebook then
reported the BBC to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection
Agency (CEOP), which is part of the UK's National Crime Agency.
Collins said this was an "extraordinary" decision. "I think that's an
astonishing response," he said on BBC Radio 4's Today show.
The Facebook spokeswoman defended her company's decision.
"It is against the law for anyone to distribute images of child
exploitation," she said. "When the BBC sent us such images we
followed our industry's standard practice and reported them to
CEOP."
She added that Facebook "also reported the child exploitation images
that had been shared on our own platform. This matter is now in the
hands of the authorities."
https://www.cnet.com/au/news/facebook-slammed-for-failing-to-
pull-down-illegal-child-imagery/
“&” is an infamous and anonymous internet troll. He launches
scurrilous, defamatory, trivializing and false diatribes against
Men’s Rights activists and their posts and against Men’s Rights
organizations. He therefore, has as his goals the disruption of
soc.men and the thwarting of the legitimate goals of the men’s
rights movement, and the denigration, trivialization and discrediting
of the leaders of the men’s rights movement and men’s rights
organizations.

FOAD TURIN you moron
Marxette
2017-03-08 06:38:10 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
:) Not by the real Turin an' not who Turin is. The people using this
tactic are a gang of cyber criminals, here's a borrowed quote wrt to
some of their other activities:


"...a gang of online thieves who do specialize in identity theft and
forgeries among other cyber activities.

The purpose of this post was not trolling or fun or personal vendettas.
It was gang intimidation oriented toward facilitating criminal
activities; which, includes the trading of drugs, pornography and
copyrighted works. This group uses "alt.usenet.kooks" as an operating
base on Usenet. They are well known for stalking and intimidation of a
much more serious nature against targeted individuals.

You are encouraged to report such behavior to federal authorities
whenever it is encountered."
Post by Turin Turd
Post by &
fake flooding from drug dealer scum posting junk messages to hide
behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too its from
peter j ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report identity thieves
and pirates to fbi . i win
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such images,
and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their removal,
according to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove
sexualized images of children.
As part of a BBC investigation, published Tuesday, 100 such
images were reported to the social network. Only 18 were removed
at that time, the BBC reported.
This is not the first time Facebook has been called out for
failing to combat the posting of problematic or illegal images of
children. An investigation last year, also conducted by the BBC,
uncovered closed groups used by pedophiles to post obscene
images, resulting in one man's conviction and four-year prison
sentence.
As the world's largest social network, with 1.86 billion people
accessing it at least once a month, Facebook must constantly
wrestle with the content that gets shared on its site, including
violence live-streamed via its Facebook Live feature. The company
has reporting mechanisms, but the BBC's investigation shows they
aren't necessarily enough.
Groups created by pedophiles. Closed groups with names including
"hot xxxx schoolgirls" featuring images of real children.
Sexualized photographs of children under 16 with obscene
comments. An image that looked like a still frame from a child
abuse video. Five accounts belonging to convicted pedophiles --
whom Facebook explicitly bans. The BBC initially used Facebook's
reporting feature to flag what it had found, before contacting
the company directly when most of the content wasn't removed.
All of the content has now been taken down.
"We have carefully reviewed the content referred to us and have
now removed all items that were illegal or against our
standards," a Facebook spokeswoman said in a statement to CNET.
"This content is no longer on our platform."
Facebook's reporting feature
Damian Collins, a British Parliament member who chairs the House
of Commons Select Committee for Culture, Media and Sport, told
the BBC Radio 4's Today show that he's concerned about Facebook's
manual reviews of reported content.
"What is disturbing is that when these images were brought to
Facebook's attention, they have not taken action to remove all
of these images, nor have they provided any explanation as to why
this is the case," he said.
The UK-based National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Children echoed his concerns.
"Facebook's failure to remove illegal content from its website
is appalling and violates the agreements they have in place to
protect children," a spokeswoman for the group said in a
statement to CNET. "It also raises the question of what content
they consider to be inappropriate and dangerous to children."
Facebook told CNET it takes the matter "extremely seriously" and
is continuing to improve its reporting and take-down measures.
"Facebook has been recognized as one of the best platforms on the
internet for child safety," the company spokeswoman said.
An 'astonishing' response
The BBC's report did more than highlight problems with
Facebook's reporting process.
When the BBC journalist contacted Facebook to inform the company
that it was leaving problematic content on its platform, the
social network asked the journalist to send over the images.
Facebook then reported the BBC to the Child Exploitation and
Online Protection Agency (CEOP), which is part of the UK's
National Crime Agency.
Collins said this was an "extraordinary" decision. "I think
that's an astonishing response," he said on BBC Radio 4's Today
show.
The Facebook spokeswoman defended her company's decision.
"It is against the law for anyone to distribute images of child
exploitation," she said. "When the BBC sent us such images we
followed our industry's standard practice and reported them to
CEOP."
She added that Facebook "also reported the child exploitation
images that had been shared on our own platform. This matter is
now in the hands of the authorities."
https://www.cnet.com/au/news/facebook-slammed-for-failing-to-
pull-down-illegal-child-imagery/
“&” is an infamous and anonymous internet troll. He launches
scurrilous, defamatory, trivializing and false diatribes against
Men’s Rights activists and their posts and against Men’s Rights
organizations. He therefore, has as his goals the disruption of
soc.men and the thwarting of the legitimate goals of the men’s rights
movement, and the denigration, trivialization and discrediting of the
leaders of the men’s rights movement and men’s rights organizations.
FOAD TURIN you moron
--
Marxette
Turin Turd
2017-03-08 08:01:55 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
Post by Turin Turd
FOAD TURIN you moron
FOAD TURIN you moron
Frank Lombard
2017-03-08 06:39:58 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
Post by &
fake flooding from drug dealer
&FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG&
&FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG&
&FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG& &FAG&
Post by &
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such images, and
reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their removal, according
to the BBC.
Facebook has come under fire again for failing to remove sexualized
images of children.
As part of a BBC investigation, published Tuesday, 100 such images
were reported to the social network. Only 18 were removed at that
time, the BBC reported.
This is not the first time Facebook has been called out for failing
to combat the posting of problematic or illegal images of children.
An investigation last year, also conducted by the BBC, uncovered
closed groups used by pedophiles to post obscene images, resulting in
one man's conviction and four-year prison sentence.
As the world's largest social network, with 1.86 billion people
accessing it at least once a month, Facebook must constantly wrestle
with the content that gets shared on its site, including violence
live-streamed via its Facebook Live feature. The company has
reporting mechanisms, but the BBC's investigation shows they aren't
necessarily enough.
Groups created by pedophiles. Closed groups with names including "hot
xxxx schoolgirls" featuring images of real children. Sexualized
photographs of children under 16 with obscene comments. An image that
looked like a still frame from a child abuse video. Five accounts
belonging to convicted pedophiles -- whom Facebook explicitly bans.
The BBC initially used Facebook's reporting feature to flag what it
had found, before contacting the company directly when most of the
content wasn't removed.
All of the content has now been taken down.
"We have carefully reviewed the content referred to us and have now
removed all items that were illegal or against our standards," a
Facebook spokeswoman said in a statement to CNET. "This content is no
longer on our platform."
Facebook's reporting feature
Damian Collins, a British Parliament member who chairs the House of
Commons Select Committee for Culture, Media and Sport, told the BBC
Radio 4's Today show that he's concerned about Facebook's manual
reviews of reported content.
"What is disturbing is that when these images were brought to
Facebook's attention, they have not taken action to remove all of
these images, nor have they provided any explanation as to why this
is the case," he said.
The UK-based National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Children echoed his concerns.
"Facebook's failure to remove illegal content from its website is
appalling and violates the agreements they have in place to protect
children," a spokeswoman for the group said in a statement to CNET.
"It also raises the question of what content they consider to be
inappropriate and dangerous to children."
Facebook told CNET it takes the matter "extremely seriously" and is
continuing to improve its reporting and take-down measures. "Facebook
has been recognized as one of the best platforms on the internet for
child safety," the company spokeswoman said.
An 'astonishing' response
The BBC's report did more than highlight problems with Facebook's
reporting process.
When the BBC journalist contacted Facebook to inform the company that
it was leaving problematic content on its platform, the social
network asked the journalist to send over the images. Facebook then
reported the BBC to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection
Agency (CEOP), which is part of the UK's National Crime Agency.
Collins said this was an "extraordinary" decision. "I think that's an
astonishing response," he said on BBC Radio 4's Today show.
The Facebook spokeswoman defended her company's decision.
"It is against the law for anyone to distribute images of child
exploitation," she said. "When the BBC sent us such images we
followed our industry's standard practice and reported them to
CEOP."
She added that Facebook "also reported the child exploitation images
that had been shared on our own platform. This matter is now in the
hands of the authorities."
https://www.cnet.com/au/news/facebook-slammed-for-failing-to-
pull-down-illegal-child-imagery/
Frank Lombard
2017-03-08 09:54:44 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
High-heeled fruit with obscure flip-flap, undersized giggle berries,
and dwarfish back passage desires inconsiderable glory-hole for
dexterous chicken choking and crude vertical foreplay.

If you'd like to try an extreme dickie licking, then email me at
mailto:***@glaad.org.
&
2017-03-08 06:58:00 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
On 03/08/2017 01:39 AM, Frank Lombard wrote:
freak from auk he is faggot card thief like rest . i win
Siri Cruise
2017-03-08 14:03:08 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their
removal, according to the BBC.
What is a sexualised child image?
--
:-<> Siri Seal of Disavowal #000-001. Disavowed. Denied. Deleted.
'I desire mercy, not sacrifice.'
Free the Amos Yee one.
Yeah, too bad about your so-called life. Ha-ha.
&
2017-03-08 23:04:18 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
Post by Siri Cruise
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such images,
and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their removal,
according to the BBC.
What is a sexualised child image?
well now we dont have to ask what a retard is
Turin Turd
2017-03-10 06:01:36 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
Post by &
Post by Siri Cruise
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such images,
and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their removal,
according to the BBC.
What is a sexualised child image?
well now we dont have to ask what a retard is
FOAD TURIN you moron
&
2017-03-11 00:12:36 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
Post by Turin Turd
Post by &
Post by Siri Cruise
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their
removal, according to the BBC.
What is a sexualised child image?
well now we dont have to ask what a retard is
FOAD TURIN you moron
fake flooding from drug dealer scum posting junk messages to hide
behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too its from peter j
ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report identity thieves and pirates
to fbi . i win
Frank Lombard
2017-03-11 11:37:57 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
Post by &
Post by Turin Turd
Post by &
Post by Siri Cruise
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their
removal, according to the BBC.
What is a sexualised child image?
well now we dont have to ask what a retard is
FOAD TURIN you moron
fake flooding from drug dealer scum posting junk messages to hide
behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too
They turned in your credit card to the FBI so they could get a
reward for outing a kiddy perve.
Turin Turd
2017-03-12 06:31:54 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
Post by &
Post by Turin Turd
Post by &
Post by Siri Cruise
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their
removal, according to the BBC.
What is a sexualised child image?
well now we dont have to ask what a retard is
FOAD TURIN you moron
fake flooding from drug dealer scum posting junk messages to hide
behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too its from peter j
ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report identity thieves and pirates
to fbi . i win
“&” is an infamous and anonymous internet troll. He launches
scurrilous, defamatory, trivializing and false diatribes against
Men’s Rights activists and their posts and against Men’s Rights
organizations. He therefore, has as his goals the disruption of
soc.men and the thwarting of the legitimate goals of the men’s
rights movement, and the denigration, trivialization and discrediting
of the leaders of the men’s rights movement and men’s rights
organizations.

FOAD TURIN you moron
Marxette
2017-03-12 13:50:34 UTC
Permalink
Raw Message
:) Not by the real Turin an' not who Turin is. The people using this
tactic are a gang of cyber criminals, here's a borrowed quote wrt to
some of their other activities:


"...a gang of online thieves who do specialize in identity theft and
forgeries among other cyber activities.

The purpose of this post was not trolling or fun or personal vendettas.
It was gang intimidation oriented toward facilitating criminal
activities; which, includes the trading of drugs, pornography and
copyrighted works. This group uses "alt.usenet.kooks" as an operating
base on Usenet. They are well known for stalking and intimidation of a
much more serious nature against targeted individuals.

You are encouraged to report such behavior to federal authorities
whenever it is encountered."
Post by Turin Turd
Post by &
Post by Turin Turd
Post by &
Post by Siri Cruise
Post by Living Obama
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such
images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to
their removal, according to the BBC.
What is a sexualised child image?
well now we dont have to ask what a retard is
FOAD TURIN you moron
fake flooding from drug dealer scum posting junk messages to hide
behind traffic they steal your credit card numbers too its from
peter j ross greg hall and alt usenet kooks report identity thieves
and pirates to fbi . i win
“&” is an infamous and anonymous internet troll. He launches
scurrilous, defamatory, trivializing and false diatribes against
Men’s Rights activists and their posts and against Men’s Rights
organizations. He therefore, has as his goals the disruption of
soc.men and the thwarting of the legitimate goals of the men’s rights
movement, and the denigration, trivialization and discrediting of the
leaders of the men’s rights movement and men’s rights organizations.
FOAD TURIN you moron
--
Marxette
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