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Facebook Removes 30 Inmate Pages

Facebook Removes 30 Inmate Pages

Th Guardian reports that Jack Straw removed 30 inmate pages from Facebook

Jack Straw was “reassured by the co-operation which we’re receiving from Facebook” and that it was agreed a better system for policing websites was needed.

“It’s not that people at Facebook have a different sense of morality from us,” he told the BBC. “They have the same sense of morality but they have to police hundreds and thousands of their sites, so what we have to do is set up a better system with Facebook.”

He then went on to explain that all Facebook had to do was make a judgement call whether a page was being used inappropriately and press the delete button if they found the page broke its terms and conditions.

In the UK prisoners have access to the internet but only for educational purposes and under close monitoring. It seems that the prison service has either not heard of blocking sites or the inmates are adepth to proxy sites to get around any filters placed by the administrators.

Should inmates have access to the internet at all? Or iare there too many controls in modern society as it is?

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