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Facebook was forced to report the BBC to the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) after the broadcaster shared with the company screenshots of “sexualised images of children” that it had copied from the site, Ars understands.

On Tuesday, Facebook was bombarded with criticism after the BBC claimed that the free content ad network had failed to nix 82 images, even though they appeared to clearly break the firm’s own “community standards” rules.
Ars has learned that Facebook had requested links to the offending material from the BBC —which reportedly included “pages explicitly for men with a sexual interest in children,” and “an image that appeared to be a still from a video of child abuse, with a request below it to share “child pornography”—but instead the broadcaster provided screenshots taken from the site.
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