Related News: City worker jailed for fake porn posts of colleague

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. BBC News published an article titled City worker jailed for fake porn posts of colleague:

A City worker who posted fake photos of his colleague on porn websites after she refused to give him her number has been jailed.

Davide Buccheri, 25, made a gallery between 2016 and 2017 while working at the investment management firm M&G.

Buccheri then told the woman’s bosses about the photos to discredit her.

Source: BBC News

Related News: Student charged after threatening video posted to social media

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. WSFA published an article titled Student charged after threatening video posted to social media:

According to Department of Public Safety spokesperson Martha Earnhardt, the female student was taken into custody Wednesday evening after a threatening video was posted to Facebook.

Source: WSFA

Related News: Facebook apologizes for child abuse search suggestions

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. CNN Money published an article titled Facebook apologizes for child abuse search suggestions:

Some Facebook (FB) users who typed “video of” into the platform’s search bar on Thursday night presented with autocomplete suggestions about videos of young girls performing sex acts.

Some users shared screenshots of the search results on Twitter.

“We’re very sorry this happened,” a Facebook spokesperson told CNN. “As soon as we became aware of these offensive predictions we removed them.”

The company said its search predictions represent what people may be searching for but do not necessarily reflect content that is on Facebook.

Source: CNN Money

Related News: The Follower Factory

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. The New York Times published an article titled The Follower Factory:

All these accounts belong to customers of an obscure American company named Devumi that has collected millions of dollars in a shadowy global marketplace for social media fraud. Devumi sells Twitter followers and retweets to celebrities, businesses and anyone who wants to appear more popular or exert influence online. Drawing on an estimated stock of at least 3.5 million automated accounts, each sold many times over, the company has provided customers with more than 200 million Twitter followers, a New York Times investigation found.

Source: The New York Times

Related News: Huntsville man accused of paying $20K to molest teen; victim was smuggled to U.S. from Honduras

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. AL.com published an article titled Huntsville man accused of paying $20K to molest teen; victim was smuggled to U.S. from Honduras:

The father brought the teen to the U.S. from Honduras in 2010. The father began sexually molesting him when he was 15 years old and they moved to Huntsville, records state. Soon after, the father forced his son to have sexual contact with Edwards, the special agent wrote in the affidavit.

Other evidence includes text messages and pornographic photos, including nude pictures of the teen, records state.

The teen received 13 payments from Edwards, but the boy typically was required to give the money to his father, court records allege. Bank records show the payments between November 20, 2015 and April 10, 2017 total $20,350, according to investigators.

Source: AL.com

Related News: Couple says voice from drone tried to lure children away from Ellet playground

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. The Akron Beacon Journal published an article titled Couple says voice from drone tried to lure children away from Ellet playground

Gavin and Jacen said their friends said “what” back to the drone, and the drone told them to follow it.

Michael M. said one of the children actually did. The child, one of Gavin’s and Jacen’s friends, started following the drone down the street to Dollar Tree, where the drone voice said it was going.

Michael M. said the child’s father happened to see him walking down the street and stopped the child before he got to Dollar Tree.

Source: Akron Beacon Journal

Related News: Boy, 13, shoots neighbor after Facebook dispute

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. WSFA published an article titled Boy, 13, shoots neighbor after Facebook dispute.

Between three and five juveniles confronted the suspect in a wooded area as a result of a dispute police believe started on Facebook, according to the Taunton Gazette. They allegedly made comments that frightened the 13-year-old.

Police say the suspect then went to his home, unlocked a gun safe and retrieved a rifle. He returned to the scene where he shot the 12-year-old.

Source: WSFA