“Since last year, we have partnered with SCTNow to coordinate our resources and cast a wider safety net for those online." said Facebook spokesman Frederick Wolens.
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 18, 2011
Facebook is taking the lead in targeting child sexual predators and the growing problem of child pornography on the internet. It has developed a strategic alliance with Stop Child Trafficking Now, a nonprofit organization who will use its expertise and technological savvy to police Facebook for any photos, videos and content that exploit children.
Through this proactive partnership, Facebook has once again demonstrated its ability to be a leader among its competitors, becoming the standard in how all social networking sites should respond to being utilized by child predators. Facebook spokesman Frederick Wolens said, “Since last year, we have partnered with SCTNow to coordinate our resources and cast a wider safety net for those online.”
SCTNow operates on the basic economic principle of supply and demand, targeting the predators who drive up the demand for these children. This innovative organization utilizes highly trained and skilled Special Operative Teams that consist of former CIA operatives, Navy SEALS, and experts in counter-terrorism, all who track sexual offenders and accumulate valuable intelligence needed to bring child sex predators to justice.
To support the efforts of SCTNow, please join the SCTNow National Walk/Run Campaign this September by registering at http://www.SCTNow.org or email us at info(at)SCTNow(dot)org.