The popular app Yik Yak bore witness to a vicious storm between those disgusted with the alleged groups behaviour and those defending the reputation of Ag Science students.
First year student, Sarah (who requested her surname be withheld) outlined her understanding of the group chat as operating “with around 200 Ag Science lads involved, all from different years, where they shared stories about girls they had sex with, shared the girls’ nudes, and then posted the girls’ facebook pages where they’d all rate them out of 10.” Another online poster proportining to be a student involved in the group chat defended the members, ‘as an Ag lad who’s in most of the groups, I have to say we’re not all the same…
The effectiveness of their campaign however to reach those objectifying and degrading women is brought into question by this latest controversy.
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If I had any evidence, I would forward it to the relevant college authorities …
and An Garda Síochána if such reports and sources implicated UCD students in ‘revenge porn’”.
In what Reuters called the company’s “most expansive comments on the subject to date”, Facebook Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan said that the monitoring software analyzes relationships to find suspicious conversations between unlikely pairings, i.e., between people of widely varying ages who only have loose and/or newly formed relationships, for example.
The technology also relies on archives of real-life chats that preceded sexual assaults, Sullivan told Reuters.
The alleged predator has pleaded not guilty to charges of soliciting a minor.
Facebook doesn’t talk much about this technology, which scans postings and chats for criminal activity.The group is understood to be made up of predominately Agricultural Science students, in what is now the second controversy involving members of the course in a year.Last March a private Facebook page titled ‘Girls I’d shift if I was tipsy’ was exposed.Many people just brush it off as ‘lads being lads’ as well, when these are legal adults we’re talking about who should be held accountable for their bad behaviour just like anyone else.” Marcus O’Halloran came out strongly last spring after revelations of his own participation in the group ‘Girls I’d shift if I was tipsy’ and claimed that he would tackle lad culture in UCD as SU President.When asked if he had any prior knowledge of this current controversial group existing he stated, “I have no knowledge of their existence.The two had only a loose relationship on the network.