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Meta’s ‘Take It Down’ Debuts in Thailand for Teen Safety

BANGKOK (NNT) – Meta has launched the “Take It Down” program in Thailand, expanding its effort to help teenagers control their intimate images online. Developed with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), the program now supports the Thai language, among others, broadening its global accessibility.

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This Meta-initiated program allows those under 18 to prevent the spread of their intimate photos through a secure process that respects their privacy. At a press briefing in Thailand, Meta’s APAC Safety Policy Manager, Malina Enlund, highlighted the company’s fight against sextortion, stressing the importance of protecting teenagers’ online well-being and enhancing youth safety worldwide. Full story:

Krajangwit Johjit
National News Bureau of Thailand

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