Facebook and UK Child Protection centre launch 'panic button' app -- and browser add-ons
According to the BBC, Ceop and Facebook have been at loggerheads for some time. Facebook, claiming its built-in reporting system was enough, initially resisted Ceop's panic button app -- but after a 33-year-old utilized Facebook to rape and murder a 17-year-old, it seems they've finally allowed Ceop to have its button.
As for the app itself, I'd be lying if I said it was very good. Basically, you get a Facebook page that links through to the Ceop Report Centre. I can't see any obvious integration with Facebook, but perhaps it happens behind the scenes.
In fact, the Facebook implementation seems to pale in comparison to the Chrome, IE8 and Firefox add-ons that are also available on the Ceop site. They provide the same 'report centre' functionality, without the need to faff around a Facebook app.