Dating website apologizes for rehtaeh parsonss picture
Toronto man Andrew Ennals was surfing the social media site Tuesday afternoon when he first saw the ad featuring Parsons. The year-old teen died earlier this year after attempting suicide amid bullying that stemmed from a photo taken of her during an alleged sexual assault. Two Halifax teens face child pornography charges in the case. Facebook served me this ad today, quite possibly the most offensive ad I've ever seen. Facebook told HuffPost Tuesday that the ads were in violation of its policies and have been removed and the company responsible has had its account blocked. This is a gross violation of our ad policies," a Facebook spokesperson said.
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Dating website apologizes for using Rehtaeh Parsons's picture
Facebook apologizes for dating website ad using Rehtaeh Parsons photo | CTV News
I did not expect it to cause serious consequences. The website was registered last month. A Luxemburg-based company, meanwhile, is threatening legal action against the online matchmaker. The company, be2, says it was distressed to learn of the actions of Ionechat. Article Continued Below Be2 is an international matchmaking website offering services in Canada for the past six years.
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Website administrator apologizes to Rehtaeh Parsons’ family for dating ad
February 19, Photos of Rehtaeh Parsons in dating ad highlight lack of online privacy: Robert Currie of Dalhousie University in Halifax said companies are increasingly using automated programs that rip photos from websites, and it was only a matter of time before the now-ubiquitous image of the year-old girl wound up somewhere it shouldn't have. But it's just the kind of thing that is going to happen. Meet Canadian girls and women for friendship, dating or relationships.
Website apologizes for photo of Parsons on dating ad Rehtaeh Parsons is shown in a handout photo from the Facebook tribute page 'Angel Rehtaeh. Robert Currie of Dalhousie University in Halifax said companies are increasingly using automated programs that rip photos from websites, and it was only a matter of time before the now-ubiquitous image of the year-old girl wound up somewhere it shouldn't have. But it's just the kind of thing that is going to happen.
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