A report from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children said that 20.3 million incidents of child sexual abuse material came from Facebook and that the platform accounted for 95% of all such reports.
In contrast, PornHub parent company MindGeek had only 13,000 reported incidents.
Facebook released a statement that 90% of the incidents reported were duplicates, but that still leaves more than 2 million incidents that could be legitimate, which was far more than any other platform or site in the survey.
Facebook did release materials on how to recognize child sex trafficking and how to report incidents of that nature.
“Using our apps to harm children is abhorrent and unacceptable. Our industry-leading efforts to combat child exploitation focus on preventing abuse, detecting and reporting content that violates our policies, and working with experts and authorities to keep children safe.” it said.
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