There isn’t an article on ABC on Internet fraud, about how pedophiles began the meme about changing profile pictures to cartoon characters as a stand against child abuse, just so they could more easily convince children to accept their friend requests.
1. Search for it yourself. There’s no article. http://www.abc.com If the status you read contains a link (or a partial) it was probably to a story the person didn’t even bother to read, about the Facebook cartoon picture trend itself as it relates to child abuse awareness.
2. Kids generally aren’t even allowed to have Facebook accounts.
3a. Thanks for looking it up first, before indiscriminately pasting nonsense to your status like some grandpa who forwards you political “media won’t report this” forwards all day without checking Snopes, but then tells you that he actually meant to spread all that propagandist literature just as a way to connect to you on some obscure, unknowingly Pyrrhic-victory level.
3b. Shame on you for already cutting and pasting that message as your status, in a frenzy fueled by your unhindered devotion to the anti-pedophile cause, that will prompt you to lie to everyone you know about stuff you haven’t even bothered to look up yet as long as it uncovers secret plans by those crafty, terrible, pedophiles even if they don’t actually have any secret plans and you’re just really easy to fool. By the way, you’re also not the 10,000,00th visitor. Perhaps to save time, it might also help to know that Microsoft and AOL aren’t actually sending people money who forward messages. Seriously. Look stuff up first. I mean it.