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Facebook Wants Your Nude Photos To Stop Revenge Porn

09 November 2017, 12:57 | Francis Delgado

Facebook wants users to share their nude photos with it as it fights revenge porn

Facebook is asking users to upload nudes to stop revenge porn online

Facebook will create a digital fingerprint of a nude picture you flag up to it through Messenger, and automatically block anyone from uploading the same image to the site at a later date.

Hopefully, advances in technology like the ones touted by Facebook and increased governmental awareness of the problem on a global scale will see instances of revenge porn reduce, thereby sparing hundreds of people the mental harm it can cause.

I guess you've got to be pretty anxious that some toe-rag is interested in sharing nude photographs of you, if you're prepared to ask for Facebook's help in this way. Consequently, Facebook stores the image for a short amount of time before deleting it, Facebook confirmed.

It's not the case that every Facebook user would have to upload their nudes.

Facebook began using the hashing technique to identify explicit images that had been reported to prevent them from being re-shared in April 2017 - the trial takes the approach one step further, attempting to thwart the photos being posted in the first place.

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In the Australian pilot, users must first complete an online form on the e-safety commissioner's website outlining their concerns. It was even the topic of a Netflix documentary titled, "Revenge Porn".

You want Facebook to remove your racy photos that your disgruntled ex shared on the social media?

According to The Guardian, in Australia, Facebook is planning to mark your nudes as "do not post".

"[Facebook] thought of many different ways about doing this and they came to the conclusion as one of the major technology companies in the world that this was the safest way for users to share the digital footprints", Ms Inman Grant said.

"They're not storing the image, they're storing the link and using artificial intelligence and other photo-matching technologies", Julie Inman Grant, the Australian eSafety Commissioner, told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Nonetheless, Alex Stamos, Facebook chief security officer, said the company was improving its software in order to prevent such circumvention. However, a May report indicated that the social network was "flooded" with cases of revenge porn and sextortion, with almost 54,000 cases of the crime reported in just a month; 33 of which involved children.



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