The pupil, who can not be named for legal reasons failed to tell anyone, as the teacher allegedly told him she was pregnant with his child and insinuated that she would accuse him of rape if he told anyone.
Jurors heard how she approached the child at a sports award evening, added him on Snapchat messenger and later asked him if he wanted to meet privately. The teacher allegedly picked him in her car and drove to a field to have sex and later sent the boy topless pictures of herself, which, it is alleged were passed between classmates the court heard.
The defendant has denied three counts of causing or inciting a child aged under 16 years to engage in a sexual act, one count of sexual communication with a child, one count of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activities while in a position of trust and one count of causing a child to watch a sexual act by a person in a position of trust. The trial continues.
Record Number of Online Child Abuse Cases Recorded by Police
The group has flagged more than 900 examples to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube via a team of volunteers, stating that the firms did not remove or otherwise deal with 95% of the cases.
The four platforms each have policies designed to restrict such content.
The CCDH said UK lawmakers should accelerate existing plans to hold the companies to account as a consequence.
The US firms were shown a copy of the report ahead of its publication which contains selected examples. But CCDH has yet to disclose the full list of links of the posts involved, although it has pledged to do so on request now that the report is out.
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