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They should hide their ‘Faces’ in shame
Responding to a BBC investigation into Facebook's failure to remove inappropriate images of children, Children's Commissioner for England, Anne Longfield said:  “It is totally unacceptable that Facebook does not remove sexualised imagery of children immediately. They, like other social media companies and internet providers, have a duty to protect children from harm and must make sure that they do so”.
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Children’s Commissioner:  Facebook & other social media providers must act responsibly & protect children

Anne Longfield responds to reports about decriminalising viewing of indecent images of children

Children's Commissioner welcomes findings that 75% of people think impact of sexting and pornography should be taught in schools

Local MP joins fight against child sexual abuse

Man with 4,265 indecent images of children told officers “you stop being a child at 12”

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New blocking powers to protect children online

Children's Commissioner responds to NSPCC report stating that more than half a million men in the UK may have viewed child sex abuse images on the internet

Thank God the technology didn’t exist when my own children were vulnerable! (Editor)

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