Cartoon characters on Facebook: cartoon profile pic news includes whether the Facebook cartoon campaign is a hoax or scam, plus why did the Facebook cartoon profile pic changes create controversy over the weekend?
With all the cartoon characters on Facebook, it’s time for the latest Facebook cartoon profile pic news update.
The cartoon characters on Facebook started as a campaign to create awareness about violence against children but turned to people starting to question whether it was a hoax, a scam, or whether a pedophile group originated the campaign.
The Facebook cartoon campaign controversy definitely got more people checking out what all the buzz was about, as warnings circulated that pedophiles had created the Facebook cartoon campaign, but hoax sites have since debunked the notion of a Facebook scam. You can check out Hoax Slayer and Online Journalism Blog for more Facebook cartoon profile pic hoax info.
The original intent of the Facebook cartoon profile pic change was to raise awareness about child violence. The cartoon characters took over Facebook and whether it really met its original goal is unclear, but it did get plenty of people reliving their favorite childhood cartoon character memories.
While no national child organization was tied to the Facebook cartoon profile pic campaign, UK’s National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) tweeted: “Although the NSPCC did not originate the childhood cartoon Facebook campaign, we welcome the attention it has brought to the work we do.”
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