Published: Fri, November 10, 2017
Science | By Nancy Frank

Facebook Calls On Users To Send Nudes In Revenge Porn Crackdown

Facebook Calls On Users To Send Nudes In Revenge Porn Crackdown

The tricky part? You have to know the picture you don't want spread around, and upload it to a special Facebook program.

There are actual human beings in this world who decide that the best course of action to spite their ex is to publically post a nude image of them on Facebook.

Facebook will get noticed by this and they will make the image matched using their image-matching technology and this will lead to a tag over the image with which no one can share that image.

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The pilot is meant to help prevent "revenge porn", or having intimate images shared across the social network without the owner's permission.

They will keep the blurred image for some time to ensure the technology is working correctly before deleting it.

The company is partnering with a small Australian Government agency for a pilot project created to prevent sexual or intimate images being shared without the subject's consent.

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People in Australia who are concerned that a former partner may distribute intimate photos of them on Facebook can use Messenger to send the photos to be "hashed", according to the office of Australia's e-safety commissioner.

"We're pleased to work with the eSafety Commissioner as the only Australian representative on our working group on this important initiative, and applaud her leading role in promoting online safety across the country", said Mia Garlick, Facebook's Director of Policy A-NZ. While Facebook originally announced these plans in April, the pilot program is now underway. The program will be tested in Australia first, followed by the U.S., U.K., and Canada, the Times of London reported.

Users must first complete an online form on the commissioner's website to outline their concerns, and will then be asked to send the pictures of concern to themselves on Facebook Messenger while commissioner's office notifies Facebook.

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