‘Report it, Don’t share it!’--- Facebook

Published on June 17, 2021
Current Context: The major platform of social media, Facebook has launched a new initiative called ‘Report it, Don’t share it!’
‘Report it, Don’t share it!’--- Facebook
  • The initiative creates awareness for the people to not post and share any child abuse content on the Facebook platform.
  • The initiative is launched by Facebook in partnership with civil society organisations like Aarambh India Initiative, Cyber Peace Foundation and Arpan.
  • The launching of the initiative took place by rolling out an animated video that showcased the negative impact that the circulation of child abuse content could have on the child who’s the subject of such content, even if it’s about condemning the act.
  • The initiative encourages people to report abusive or harmful content if they come across the social media platform.
  • The tech giant has asked people to report child abuse content by calling 1098 and to the Childline India Foundation.
  • Also, if the content exists on Facebook’s family of apps, it can be reported on fb.me/online child protection.
  • Facebook has also included an option to choose “involves a child” under the “Nudity and Sexual Activity” category for reporting child abuse content from Facebook and Instagram.
  • For this initiative, Facebook has selected Bollywood actress Neha Dhupia who runs a community ‘Freedom to Feed’ on Instagram, to promote the initiative.
  • Static Part: 
    • HQ of Facebook: California, US
    • CEO of Facebook: Mark Zuckerberg

Question: 

Q.1 In association with which organisation, Facebook launched the ‘Report it, Don’t share it!’ initiative?
a. Cyber Peace Foundation
b. Aarambh India Initiative
c. Arpan
d. All of the above

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