Why not an international movement to boycott facebook for a day and if that doesn't send a message one day a week or month until something happens. We all have other ways to communicate, and surely we could all live without the cute or silly pictures for a day. Facebook now survives on advertising. It's time to hit them in the wallet. Money talks.
Think your idea is a great one Pat. Maybe we should organise it and spread the word to our networks. Send me a private message, let's see if we can't organise it ourselves...
I do not think sharing provocative photos of the victims (e.g., topless young girl biting her lip) is in the best interest of this cause. I believe images like these contribute to the very problems the cause claims to be addressing. For this reason, I’m leaving this cause.
Seriously, WTF is that? Retarded.
C'est un esclavage , il faut que cela cesse , christine sedano
Ne cessons pas de Prier pour les autres.
Hope and pray that this will stop... This is pure evil and needs to end... Praying to God that child pornography will end...
We Need to STOP THIS---NOW!
I agree Ariel! I support this also, but why do they need money?
There are many victims of wanton child molestation like this very poor soul young girl, a victim of child pornography and have many questions but every lawyer have stop talking to reply after she talk about the subject... please help her. 100's of pictures were taken as a young teen and were distributed by a family member using a fake alias for their profile. Now, 6 years later this poor young lady is scared, and she is hoping to seek justice.
نريد من المواطن العربي أن يكون ضميره هو الرقيب وصادقا مع نفسه في أقواله وأفعاله.
I sign this some time back you have my totally support hanging is to good for some of these people.
Why is this a card-campaign that requires supporters to spend $ to support it? Of course I support vigilantly putting a stop to child pornography, but the structure of this campaign leaves me suspicious. Anyone have insight?
I work in advocacy myself, although not in the US. It is pure economics. It costs money to print the cards and post them. Besides, these will be personalised. Rather than print a massive amount of blank ones which might waste, each donor has to order the specific number they need. Support for a cause always costs something. It could be time spent, it could be putting yourself out there, or it could be good old fashioned money.