From 12 a.m. to 12 p.m., the page was described as a cyber zone where “No one is safe. Where you could say anything, expose any picture, expose anyone and tag whoever in whatever.”
Action 7 News found some provocative posts, some nude pictures of others, put up without the person’s permission. Many of the photos appeared to be blocked by Facebook.
But a majority of the comments and videos Action 7 News saw on this “Facebook Purge” were in opposition of it. Many called it immature and demanded others not to take part.
Therapists say it’s a reminder for parents to bring this stuff up.
“If you open up the lines of communication and just say, ‘I really am interested in what you’re doing,'” said therapist Lindsey Swan.