It's Paedogeddon! (Is Paedophilia Increasing?)

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I read it but didn't fancy being the one to resurrect it :worry:
The latest post on there is mine, about a lying/fantasising friend I had. She was awful. Probably still is.

When I eventually dumped her she sent me a letter. I recognised her extremely ornate handwriting so I knew who it was from.

Inside I found at least two handwritten pages on thick posh paper. The whole lot then went in the bin with the cat tray mess on top so I'll never know what she had to say.
 

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"Cheese and pizza emojis are being used as a secret code by paedophiles to communicate on social media sites such as Instagram and Twitter, online safety groups have warned.

A group of more than 100 volunteer parents has banded together to hunt down and report accounts using the emoji to signal they are sharing sexualised images of children, in a bid to evade detection by the social media giants.

Members of the parents' group told The Telegraph they often found such accounts sharing images of children taken in family settings such on beaches or gardens, which appeared to have been stolen from the parents’ social media profiles.

The development has prompted a former Government child safety advisor to warn parents to avoid sharing images of their children openly on social media in case they are stolen and traded online.

The group of parents was started by India, a 27-year-old executive assistant from London, who asked the paper not to use her surname, and who stumbled across the child image accounts on social media.

Since then she has set up Twitter and Instagram pages, called ProtectPD, dedicated to naming accounts she finds sharing child images so her followers can report them en masse to the social media giants.

India, who has had direct talks with officials at Instagram over the issue, said the accounts often signaled what they were doing by using cheese and pizza emojis, to represent ‘CP’ meaning ‘child porn’.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/20...cheese-pizza-emojis-secret-code-social-media/

My opinion: WTF? Cheese and Pizza = Child Porn? This seems a bit desperate, to say the least.

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It really does astonish me that people will put photos of their young children all over social media, not just private ones. A friend took a piccie of his 10 year old grand daughter wearing a tiny bikini which went on some private posting - he was complaining that the outfit was wholly unsuitable. Probably 2 years later the picture was being used as a thumbnail on more than one Russian You Tube site about cars. Revolting. I know of another similar incident - it must be fairly widespread.
 

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The latest post on there is mine, about a lying/fantasising friend I had. She was awful. Probably still is.

When I eventually dumped her she sent me a letter. I recognised her extremely ornate handwriting so I knew who it was from.

Inside I found at least two handwritten pages on thick posh paper. The whole lot then went in the bin with the cat tray mess on top so I'll never know what she had to say.
Definitely the right thing to do!!

Walking away and having nothing more to do with them is the only solution I had.
 

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It really does astonish me that people will put photos of their young children all over social media, not just private ones. A friend took a piccie of his 10 year old grand daughter wearing a tiny bikini which went on some private posting - he was complaining that the outfit was wholly unsuitable. Probably 2 years later the picture was being used as a thumbnail on more than one Russian You Tube site about cars. Revolting. I know of another similar incident - it must be fairly widespread.
I personally don't think you should plaster the Internet with pictures of your kids either.
 

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The latest post on there is mine, about a lying/fantasising friend I had. She was awful. Probably still is.

When I eventually dumped her she sent me a letter. I recognised her extremely ornate handwriting so I knew who it was from.

Inside I found at least two handwritten pages on thick posh paper. The whole lot then went in the bin with the cat tray mess on top so I'll never know what she had to say.
The pre-electronic way to block.
 

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It really does astonish me that people will put photos of their young children all over social media, not just private ones. A friend took a piccie of his 10 year old grand daughter wearing a tiny bikini which went on some private posting - he was complaining that the outfit was wholly unsuitable. Probably 2 years later the picture was being used as a thumbnail on more than one Russian You Tube site about cars. Revolting. I know of another similar incident - it must be fairly widespread.
I'm sure that all of those dopes who are whining about "law and order" are posting their kids and grandkids photos all over social media despite the advice of every law enforcement agency not to do this. Give them a chance to seriously help maintain society and they opt for self-indulgence.
 

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I'm sure that all of those dopes who are whining about "law and order" are posting their kids and grandkids photos all over social media despite the advice of every law enforcement agency not to do this. Give them a chance to seriously help maintain society and they opt for self-indulgence.
Couldn't agree more.
 

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The latest post on there is mine, about a lying/fantasising friend I had. She was awful. Probably still is.

When I eventually dumped her she sent me a letter. I recognised her extremely ornate handwriting so I knew who it was from.

Inside I found at least two handwritten pages on thick posh paper. The whole lot then went in the bin with the cat tray mess on top so I'll never know what she had to say.
I find it very satisfying to put annoying communications at the bottom of the cats litter tray (instead of newspaper) after I have responded suitably to them. Our little cat then gives her own response to them in her usual way. I told the latest company what I had done with their last letter - not heard from them since. Shame you can't do something similar with annoying telephone calls apart from mashing the big red Block button.
 

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I'm sure that all of those dopes who are whining about "law and order" are posting their kids and grandkids photos all over social media despite the advice of every law enforcement agency not to do this. Give them a chance to seriously help maintain society and they opt for self-indulgence.
I nearly laughed myself sick a few years ago when the wife of the then head of MI5 or 6 posted piccies of their home and family all over social media. You've got to be grossly stupid haven't you? Perhaps the guy had to spend the rest of his career locating his wife's braincells, if she had any at all that is.
 

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I nearly laughed myself sick a few years ago when the wife of the then head of MI5 or 6 posted piccies of their home and family all over social media. You've got to be grossly stupid haven't you? Perhaps the guy had to spend the rest of his career locating his wife's braincells, if she had any at all that is.
What a patsy. What a rube. What an ultra-maroon.
 

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I nearly laughed myself sick a few years ago when the wife of the then head of MI5 or 6 posted piccies of their home and family all over social media. You've got to be grossly stupid haven't you? Perhaps the guy had to spend the rest of his career locating his wife's braincells, if she had any at all that is.
MI6.

2009.

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