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Ruth Jacobs Speaks on Social Networks: The Good, The Bad and The Horrifying

social network stationPublished on The Social Network Station – 7 October 2013

What was your most astonishing experience on a social network?

The most horrific was discovering what was very obviously a large interconnected group of child sex abusers on Facebook. Being aware of Facebook’s inadequate policies and procedures, I reported this to law enforcement instead – the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) in the UK… I don’t believe this will ever leave me, and I doubt I will ever know what happened to those children, if they were saved, if the abusers were jailed, or even if anything was done at all. I only know I did what I could to reach the relevant authority, then I had no further choice but to leave it in their hands. Read the full article on The Social Network Station here.

About Ruth Jacobs (296 Articles)
Author of Soul Destruction: Unforgivable, a novel exposing the dark world and harsh reality of life as a drug addicted call girl. The main storyline is based loosely on events from my own life. In addition to fiction writing, I am also involved in journalism and broadcasting, primarily for human rights campaigning in the areas of sex workers' rights, anti-sexual exploitation and anti-human trafficking.

5 Comments on Ruth Jacobs Speaks on Social Networks: The Good, The Bad and The Horrifying

  1. Jueseppi B. // October 8, 2013 at 4:28 am // Reply

    Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat™.

  2. Thanks for bringing this horrific issue more fully to our attention, Ruth.

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