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Exclusive: Material posted in the group allegedly included a video of an underage girl posted without consent and horrific abuse of women. Pages seen by Guardian Australia showed explicit and targeted posts about young women. At that point the group had fewer than 1, followers.
Multiple users who reported the page received an automated notification from Facebook saying the page would not be removed. However, after Guardian Australia approached the company for comment, the page was removed.
The messages on the original page were largely targeted at members of the female-only Facebook advice group, Melbourne Gal Pals. A number of the men posting on the page also had posts raising awareness for suicide prevention and anti-bullying on their personal Facebook profiles. Sian Moore, an administrator of Melbourne Gal Pals, said police needed to take action. The police and the law need to come down hard on these boys. Moore said all the people in the group were part of the problem, not just those posting.
Eighteen-year-old Jessica, who asked that her real name not be used, said she knew several of the boys posting in the group. The school actually found out before I did and made me contact the police. These are often obtained by a partner and distributed after a relationship has ended. If the person in the video is underage, laws against child sexual abuse material also come into play, which can carry jail terms of up to 10 years. Louise Moore, another administrator of Melbourne Gal Pals, said the situation had been tough, but had united young women in Melbourne.
Guardian Australia understands the posts have been reported to Victoria police. The police have been contacted for further information. Online abuse. This article is more than 2 months old. Matilda Boseley. Published on Fri 17 Apr