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article image‘Facebook pedophiles’ being exposed by Anonymous Special

By Justin King     Feb 23, 2014 in World
Pages on Facebook distributing images of teen and pre-teen children in suggestive poses have become the targets of the Anonymous collective. Prior to the collective’s involvement the pages were reported to Facebook, but were not taken down.
Activists associated with Anonymous say the pages are an ongoing problem on Facebook, and that the social media network rarely removes one of the pages. The pages carry names like “Sexy Little Girls” or “Sexy Teen’s Legs.” The pages share images of children in underwear or swimsuits and do not distribute nude images of children, skirting the laws against child pornography.
Activists believe the images are usually stolen from the parents’ profiles and then distributed through a network of websites, groups, and pages that exist on Facebook and elsewhere on the web. Anaid Kejor, an activist with Pedo-Hunters, an Anonymous-affiliated group, offered this advice:
I would like people to realize that this is going on all the time, these pages and the people that run them are stealing pictures from your timelines. The cute pic of your 9-year old girl in a bikini, or boy in his briefs could end up on someone's bathroom wall being an object of adoration. Please do not post them at all, even to friends only. They can be stolen; just don't put them on Facebook.
The main target of tonight’s campaign by Anonymous seems to be the “Sexy Little Girls” page. A comment to the page by a Facebook user who employed the iconic Guy Fawkes mask as his profile picture states:
Facebook will not take this page down so we are anonymous and we will take matters into our own hands.
Posts by the page accompanying a photo of a prepubescent child question whether the girl qualifies as sexy or if she is just cute. Comments by frequent visitors to the page include admissions of gaining sexual gratification from the images.
Those that happen to stumble on the page have left comments stating that they are reporting the page to Facebook or the police, and some openly leave death threats for operators of the page.
Kejor explained her feelings on the pages, Facebook’s lack of response, and shared a little bit of her motivation behind participating in the collective’s actions.
I have been doing this for awhile. I win a few, I lose a few. They all make me angry when I see them, knowing that there are hundreds more on Facebook. I concentrate on those of pre-pubescent boys and girls and do my best to get them taken down. I know what these creeps are doing; they download the pics and do their thing.
Does it make me angry that Facebook doesn't take them down? Hell yes. They don't seem to realize that even if they are not naked, a page of these children in sexy poses, swimwear, underwear, is like a catalog to the perverts. I have grandchildren the age of these children that are being marketed to the "Facebook pedophiles" so yes I have a stake in this.
Update: The Facebook page titled "Sexy Little Girls" was removed around noon on 24th of February after a mass reporting campaign by Anonymous affiliated activists and other Facebook users.
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