Facebook: It’s not legal to share porn on the social network

Facebook will no longer allow users to share videos on the company’s popular streaming video platform, according to a letter sent to the company by lawyers at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

The letter argues that Facebook’s “policy prohibits direct, overt, or pervasive sharing of sexually explicit content” and that it “does not permit any form of direct or pervasive communication with minors on Facebook.”

Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit is the latest blow to Facebook as it struggles to fend off legal challenges from the Electronic Privacy Information Center, a civil liberties group that says the social media company is violating children’s privacy by making videos without their consent.

Facebook has also been under fire from privacy advocates and tech firms who say the company is not taking steps to combat cyberbullying and other forms of harassment that have been widely attributed to the platform.

Facebook is facing growing pressure from the U

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