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If anything is flagged, the company bans the uploader and every member of the chat room.
On Thursday, a Whats App spokesperson told : "Whats App has a zero-tolerance policy around child sexual abuse.
While Whats App has since shuttered the "Kids boy gay" chatroom, the reportedly found that several groups were still "extremely active"—protected in part by the app's tight-knit encryption, which shields the content of user messages even from the company itself.
Known as end-to-end (E2E) encryption, the technology is used in messaging applications to protect privacy and bolster security.
The technology means the same processes used to scan other applications and platforms for illegal material may be restricted on Whats App, in theory letting crimes take place undetected.In fact, just a few months ago, Facebook complied with a police subpoena by sending over 62 pages of photos, Wall posts, messages, contacts, and past activity on the site for a murder suspect.For more information about Facebook's stance on working with the police, I checked out these two pages: Law Enforcement and Third-Party Matters, as well as Information for Law Enforcement Authorities.Facebook's software focuses on conversations between members who have a loose relationship on the social network.
For example, if two users aren't friends, only recently became friends, have no mutual friends, interact with each other very little, have a significant age difference, and/or are located far from each other, the tool pays particular attention.
Facebook has added sleuthing to its array of data-mining capabilities, scanning your posts and chats for criminal activity.