In a new statement sent by the NGO protector of the animals, indicated that it sent “a Letter to the social network Facebook, in which he reported on the crimes they would be committing under the argentine law and was asked to Facebook Argentina SRL, the creation of a checkbox to report the crime of wildlife trafficking,” according to published Tuesday MDZ online.
Also reported that the first letter they sent was “illogical”. “The response was that Facebook Argentina does not control the website or has authorization to access the same.
Also users outside of the united States and Canada, have contractual relationship with Facebook Irleand so you should direct the inquiry to the appropriate entity. It should be noted that this note was not signed by anyone’, puntualizaron.
The battle of the foundation of the protectionist began months ago. What they seek is to decrease the number of groups for the sale of exotic animals on Facebook, in which they are sold to species in danger of extinction.
The statement, signed by the veterinarian Jennifer Ibarra, advances how you can follow the battle of Cullunche: “The severity and number of crimes that are put in evidence generate the possibility of an eventual raise in the Criminal Courts of the Republic of Argentina of the criminal responsibility of those who are part of Facebook Argentina S. R. L.”.
Ibarra also stated that “there is no way can turn a blind eye and pretend that this Foundation is put in contact with Facebook Ireland, because the problems exposed directly affects Facebook Argentina S. R. L”.
To finish, from Cullunche indicated that “both the Prosecutor’s Unit of Investigations in Environmental Matters such as the management of Fauna of the Nation have been alerted about this irregularity and they have been invited to join and support the actions of the Foundation Cullunche, RACTES and REBORN”.