Drug dealers are openly peddling marijuana and cocaine to children on social media, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, an investigation by a London newspaper has found.
The tech giants are being accused of failing to shut down “blatant” law-breaking amid calls for tougher sanctions, reports the Daily Mail of London.
In 2012, WND published a four-part series of investigative reports exposing the widespread distribution of child pornograhy via Facebook.
On Monday, Britain’s Sky News reported more than 1,000 teenagers are being charged with spreading sex videos via Facebook in Denmark. Danish Police said some 800 boys and 200 girls were involved in spreading the explicit material from 2015 until the fall of 2017.post was originally published on this site