Facebook finally responded to the lawsuits which literally accusing that social media platform not providing enough security to the users from human traffickers that it works internally and remotely circumvent such predators. This Issue came to limelight after a Texas women, recognized in court documents as Jane Doe, sued Facebook in Harris County District Court in Houston this week, asserting that she was baited into the sex racket at age 15 by a man who friended her and that Facebook did not do what’s necessary to confirm the user’s personality or caution her that sex traffickers were prowling on the stage.
Human trafficking is despicable and isn’t permitted on Facebook. We utilize technology to obstruct this sort of maltreatment and we urge people to utilize the reporting links found over our site with the goal that our group of specialists can review the links/content quickly,” a Facebook official spokesperson stated.”Facebook also works with anti-trafficking organizations and other technical specialists, and we report every single evident example of Child Sexual exploitation to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children,” the company’s representative said.
Jane Doe guaranteed in the claim that she was tricked by the sex trafficker who informed her on Facebook in 2012 on the grounds that he seemed to know a few of her friends. She said she consented to meet him when he offered to support her after a fight with her mom, however rather, he beat and raped her, at that point posted her photo on the website Backpage.com to be prostituted. Backpage.com was shut down in April by government specialists after a Justice Department examination concerning assertions that the site was utilized fundamentally to sell sex. Facebook also suggested to users that don’t interact with people who are unknown to them.