WATCH | Several Facebook crimes have gripped the nation over the last year, so the social media company looks to be beefing up its law enforcement team.
After a year of headline grabbing crimes committed on Facebook live, the social media company has begun the process of hiring a law enforcement response team to review "large volumes" of requests from authorities as well as to "support time-sensitive escalations."
Facebook posted a job opening for a "Law Enforcement Team Lead" earlier this month. The position will oversee a team of people who communicate with authorities regarding incidents of child exploitation, adult content and violence.
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