khaskhabar.com : Wednesday, 07 February 2024 1:06 PM
New Delhi. Meta has teamed up with the US National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) to bring the ‘Take It Down’ program to multiple countries and multiple languages to help millions of teens combat sextortion.
“Take It Down is a program designed to help teens take back control of their intimate images and stop people from spreading them online,” Meta said in a blogpost Tuesday.
Last year the program launched in English and Spanish. META and NCMEC together have now brought this platform to many countries and in many languages. It is now available in 25 more languages.
It is now available in Hindi, Chinese, French, German, Icelandic, Portuguese, Urdu, Tagalog, Bengali, Thai, Arabic, Dutch, Tamil, Turkish, Italian, Khmer, Kurdish, Bahasa Indonesian, Malayalam, Marathi, Sinhalese, Vietnamese and Korean. Is.
The Platform is designed to assist individuals under the age of 18 who are concerned about having their content posted online. It can also be used by parents or trusted adults to get help for a young person.
Additionally, adults who are concerned about having their photos taken while under the age of 18 can also use this platform.
The tech giant also mentioned that it has worked with ‘Thorne’, a non-profit that creates technology to protect children from sexual exploitation, to develop guidance for teens on what to do if How to take back control if someone is sexually exploiting them.
It also includes advice for parents and teachers on how to support their teens or students if they are affected by these scams.
These updates come after Meta founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologized to families at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on children’s online safety in the US.
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