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Facebook Now Monitors Chats For Criminal Behavior [Headlines]

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The new software has already caught and brought to trial one child predator.

Allie Walker
  • 18 july 2012

The new software monitors conversations for suspicious and vulgar language, especially between two people who have never chatted before. If the conversation is deemed suspicious enough, authorities are alerted about the possible criminal activity. Telegraph

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