Domenica, 23 Settembre 2018

Facebook helps in Italian sex-abuse case


Milan, April 23 - Facebook on Tuesday granted
access to its servers in California to Italian authorities
seeking to trace correspondence between an adult male accused of
sexually abusing young girls he met via the world's largest
social network and his underage victims.
Facebook granted access following reception of a letter of
request from Andrea Salemme, the Milan preliminary hearing judge
following the case, delivered via Italy's foreign ministry to US
judicial authorities and to the US Embassy in Rome.
According to judicial sources, this marks the first time
Facebook has granted access to its central servers in California
in order to recover the content of its customers' chats.
On March 20, 50-year-old Gianluca Mascherpa, a girls'
volleyball coach, was sentenced to 11 years and four months in
jail for having used a false nickname on Facebook to carry out
"virtual relationships" with minors and in some cases convincing
them to undress and perform sexual acts in front of a webcam.

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