Know what your kids are doing on Facebook with PC Pandora monitoring software. Do what you can do to prevent them from committing a FAIL.
For example, check this out – I can’t believe a teenage girl did all this. It is obviously upsetting but the drive of this girl to do this is shocking. This is both a Facebook FAIL and a Wacky Internet Wednesday story…
November 8, 2014
Canadian teen, 15, jailed for RUNNING prostitution ring which she set up by luring girls as young as 13 through Facebook and Twitter and suggesting sleepovers
By Wills Robinson, Mailonline
A Canadian teenager who ran a ‘sophisticated’ prostitution ring when she was just 15 has been jailed for six-and-a-half years.
Kailey Oliver-Machado, now 18, would lure girls as young as 13 from the Walkley housing complex in Ottawa on Facebook and Twitter saying they would be paid to attend parties and sleepovers.
But the victims would actually be plied with drugs and made to pose for semi-naked photos that would be sent to johns.
They would then be confined in small rooms, forced to perform sex acts and were threatened with violence if they didn’t.
Some would even arrive at the houses with their teddy bears and pajamas, thinking they were just sleeping over with a friend.
When they were there they would be taken in a taxi to the john’s home where they would pay around $400 to have sex with them.
Oliver-Machado was found guilty of 27 charges at trial including human trafficking, sexual assault and making and possessing child pornography. [READ FULL STORY]
Don’t do illegal stuff and post it on Facebook!!
November 11, 2014
Facebook post leads to Nevada wildlife poaching bust
Benjamin Spillman, Reno Gazette-Journal
RENO, Nev. — Posting cute photos of your pets on Facebook is a quick way to get some easy “likes” from friends and family. Posting photos of yourillegal wildlife killing exploits is a quick way to get a visit from game wardens.
That’s what several men in Nevada found out the hard way after Nevada Department of Wildlife authorities used a Facebook post featuring illegally killed deer to unravel a poaching ring. Besides the illegal killing of dozens of animals, authorities found the ring fraudulently obtained hunting licenses and illegally possessed rifles and shotguns — three of the men also are suspected of being in the United States illegally.
Game Warden Cameron Waithman said the investigation that led to state and federal charges against several men started in June 2013, with an ill-advised Facebook post showing three men with two dead deer near Hiko, Nev.
Waithman said investigators identified Jose Manuel Ortega-Torres, 30, of Lincoln County, Nev., as one of the people in the photo.
“We figured out basically where he lived and believed we had enough for a search warrant right there,” said Waithman. “That’s when I started looking at his Facebook page.”
During the search investigators found evidence of illegally killed deer, migratory birds, butchering tools, weapons and ammunition. [READ FULL STORY]