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Do you know what Greek wear means? It is known by other names. Some call it Greek clothing. Or, it can be called fraternity clothes. Teen on phone (Image: Getty Images)Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from mirror daily newsSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThe NSPCC has warned Facebook that it risks becoming a “one stop grooming shop” if it presses ahead with plans to encrypt across all its messaging services.Facebook is considering end to end encryption on Facebook Messenger and Instagram Direct on top of WhatsApp, which is already encrypted but there has been deep concern that the move could prevent child abusers being caught.Out of 9,259 instances where police in England and Wales said they know the platform used in child abuse image and online child sexual offences, just over 4,000 were carried out on Facebook, Instagram or WhatsApp.The data obtained by the charity from freedom of information requests to police forces between April 2018 and 2019 shows that 22% were reported on Instagram, followed by 19% on Facebook or Facebook Messenger.Only 3% (299 instances) were from WhatsApp, which the NSPCC says highlights how difficult it becomes to detect crimes on an end to end encrypted platform.Facebook launches new Whale app that lets you create your own hilarious memesThe charity believes criminals will be able to carry out more serious child abuse on Facebook apps undetected without needing to lure them off to encrypted platforms, if it goes ahead with changes.”Instead of working to protect children and make the online world they live in safer, Facebook is actively choosing to give offenders a place to hide in the shadows and risks making itself a one stop grooming shop,” said Andy Burrows, NSPCC head of child safety online policy.”For far too long, Facebook mantra has been to move fast and break things but these figures provide a clear snapshot of the thousands of child sex crimes that could go undetected if they push ahead with their plans unchecked.”If Facebook fails to guarantee encryption won be detrimental to children safety, the next Government must make clear they will face tough consequences from day one for breaching their duty of care.”The NSPCC fears the true scale could be much higher, as only 32 of the 43 police forces approached provided information.It is calling for supporters to sign an open letter to Facebook, proposing measures such as no end to end encryption for messages going to or coming from children accounts.The charity also wants adults accounts not to be encrypted until and unless Facebook has solutions to ensure child abuse can be detected and that children safety will not be compromised.Heightened concerns come after the Home Secretary Priti Patel and her counterparts in the US and Australia wrote to Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, explaining how such a move could hinder law enforcement trying to investigate child abusers and terrorists operating online.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterallMost ReadMost RecentWhatsAppWhatsApp shares its festive tips and tricks to use on the app this ChristmasWhatsApp has shared its top festive tips and tricks for using the app over Christmas, including sending festive voice notes and jolly status updatesSexual healthWeirdest sex questions Brits Googled in 2019 with some hilarious resultsBed SOS has revealed the most bizarre sex questions that Brits asked Google in 2019, in the hopes of encouraging people to be more open with their loved onesVideo GamesJourney To The Savage Planet preview Blast off into the unknown in this planet exploration role playing gameJourney To The Savage Planet is a planet exploration game that takes inspiration from early 70’s sci fi. The Daily Mirror was given an opportunity to preview the game ahead of its launch in January 2020.RussiaRussia says it will deploy an ‘invincible meteorite style’ hypersonic missile system this monthRussia has confirmed that its new Avangard missile system will be deployed for the first time this monthNasaNASA shares stunning nighttime photo of the Americas seen from spaceNASA has shared a photo showing both North and South America, which was created from data acquired by NASA’s Suomi NPP satellite in 2012Most ReadMost RecentEastEndersNicky Henson dead: Fawlty Towers and EastEnders actor dies aged 74Tributes have been paid to the actor, who was best known for his role as Mr Johnson in Fawlty Towers episode The Psychiatrist..