Update at AM PST: Facebook responded with the following statement.
Nothing is more important to Facebook than the safety of the people that use our site and this material has absolutely no place on Facebook.
Facebook has reportedly become a hub for pedophiles to trade graphic photographs.
Child pornography is heavily being shared by predators on the social network.
There is no question in my mind that Facebook is working hard to get rid of such content, but reports like this one remind us that this is an ongoing battle, and not an easy one at that.
All illegal content, as well as the Facebook Groups, Facebook Pages, and Facebook profiles, were reported to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
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Since new graphic photos are taken and uploaded every day, this is not a problem that can be solved; it can only be curbed.
In the meantime, I have contacted Facebook for more information and will update you if I hear back.
For more information, check out Stop Child Porn on Facebook.
Here are the titles of discovered Facebook Groups, Facebook Pages, and Facebook profiles: Most of the content is shared to earn bragging rights from thousands of others interested in exchanging content of molested boys and girls, typically taken on the spot by perpetrators with cell phones.
There are entire albums dedicated to showing children forced into acts by pedophiles, including children told to show their genitals to the camera, raped by adults, and even forced to perform sexual acts on each other.
This disturbing problem is not a new one for Facebook.