Nearly twice as many attempts by kids to circumvent the parental controls of users of Kaspersky Lab’s products were aimed at Facebook and other social networks in May than at pornography sites, the Internet security firm reported.
There are too many Facebook pages and other social media accounts owned by or connected to brands, too many people with administrator privileges, and too many applications granted permission to access those social media accounts. Those were the main concerns discussed by Social iQ Networks Co-Founder and CEO Devin Redmond during “Protect Your Brand Pages,” a panel at the AllFacebook Marketing Conference in New York Wednesday.
Facebook Engineering Director Arturo Bejar spoke with the San Jose Mercury News, but the conversation had nothing to do with coding or new features on the social network. Instead, they discussed conflict resolution.
If you’re an online security firm, when opportunity knocks in the form of violent and pornographic images flooding Facebook, responding quickly is key.
People on Facebook are still talking about the pornographic and violent images long after they’ve disappeared from news feeds.
Is Facebook more popular than pornography?
James Dale Brown faces jail time for blackmailing a 14-year-old girl for pornography, using Facebook to contact her.