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Offensive Facebook material captured

Over the past few days, we have all read stories about horrible pages being delivered by the world’s number one social network, Facebook. Imagine our horror when we were sent an example of some highly offensive material.

Prepare yourself for the worst.

Bloggers like Tom Loftus have been doing a great job of reporting on Facebook’s issues.

Essentially, the Facebook firm seems to have been targeted with a vicious and co-ordinated attack, whereby horrible images etc are inserted into streams that appear as if they were being updated from friends and trusted associates’ feeds.

Judging by the image we received earlier today, it’s not only the friends’ streams that are creating a problem.

This ‘invitation to click’ appeared on one Facebook users page and they were, frankly, horrified.

Judge for yourselves.

Twisted logic: It's hard to imagine a more offensive invitation. Really.

KitGuru says: When will Mark Zuckerberg and colleagues be able to avert this kind of horrific attack and make Facebook safe again for all fans?

Comments below or in the KitGuru forums.

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