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Facebook social graph search results limited for teens

The Facebook activity of users aged between 13 and 17 would have limited visibility in the network’s new “social graph” search facility, the firm said. Posts which could identify the teens’ age or location should only appear in searches by friends and “friends of friends” in the same age group. If an adult were to search for “single females aged ... Read More »

Through a Rapists Eyes

A group of rapists and date rapists in prison were interviewed on what they look for in a potential victim and here are some interesting facts: The first thing men look for in a potential victim is hairstyle. They are most likely to go after a woman with a ponytail, bun! , braid or other hairstyle that can easily be grabbed. ... Read More »

Child exploitation case – Five in court Leicester

Five men have appeared in court over the alleged exploitation of a 16-year-old girl. They face a total of 22 charges. The defendants, none have whom has yet entered a plea, were remanded back into custody following yesterday’s hearing at Leicester Magistrates’ Court. At their two previous court appearances, an order was imposed banning publication of their names, addresses and ... Read More »

Thirty arrested in child sex grooming inquiry Bradford

Thirty people have been arrested in the space of two months in the Bradford area by police investigating child sex grooming, an inquiry by MPs was told yesterday. Kris Hopkins, the Conservative MP for Keighley and Ilkley, said the crackdown – revealed to him, by the police – showed the days when alleged “political correctness” made the authorities reluctant to ... Read More »

Four Arrested in High Wycombe Child Exploitation probe

POLICE arrested four men during dawn raids across High Wycombe as part of its child exploitation probe, Operation Ribbon. Thames Valley Police arrested four men – aged 19, 20, 21 and 22 – this morning on suspicion of committing various sexual offences against a girl. They are currently in police custody. Area Commander, Supt Gilbert Houalla, said: “This is not ... Read More »

Sex offender’s pay-out claim rejected

A man who was part of a group which lured girls to a house for sex cannot be deported because he is a member of a “persecuted tribe”. Jumaa Kater Saleh (24) went to the High Court in a bid to claim damages for unlawful detention during the Government’s failed bid to send him back to Sudan. Saleh, who is ... Read More »

Reporter behind sex grooming revelations to go before MPs

A JOURNALIST who spent two years investigating sexual exploitation in Rotherham will give evidence to MPs. Times reporter Andrew Norfolk will appear before the Home Affairs Select Committee on Tuesday . Mr Norfolk — whose coverage in September highlighted the plight of ignored victims — will be asked about his lengthy investigation. Committee chairman Keith Vaz said: “His work has ... Read More »

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