In the wake of Facebook’s moderator training manuals being seen by The Guardian newspaper on Sunday, the world has been questioning if Facebook should decide what is and isn’t acceptable online; why videos of violent deaths are not always be deleted; and why photos of child abuse are only marked as ‘disturbing’.
For the third year running Crisp is joining over a thousand other organizations in the UK to support Safer Internet Day, #SID2017. This international day calls upon everyone from young people and parents to teachers and law enforcement to 'unite for a better internet'.
Lego has just put a big smile on our faces at Crisp! The new Lego Life social network app is packed with features to keep under 13s safe while they play online.
Crisp Labs, our research division, has revealed new statistics that confirm the growing problem of fraudulent content on social media. There are a staggering 14 million scams on Facebook a day (that’s 165 per second), and written posts aren’t the only source of fraud. Instagram, that has 80 million photos uploaded a day, is also seeing a huge amount of content with malicious intent.
We recently blogged about Crisp developers rigorously testing Facebook updates to protect our clients from bugs that could compromise the security of their Facebook accounts.