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Facebook to users: send nudes

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 9 November 2017 ()
Facebook to users: send nudesFacebook is asking users to send the company naked photos and videos of themselves so that it can block the images if they are later uploaded as revenge porn.A trial of the feature in Australia asks people worried that their intimate...
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Facebook wants users to upload their nudes in order to put a stop to revenge porn. The feature is being tested in Australia first, and entails users uploading nude photos of themselves and designating them “non-consensual intimate images.” While Fac

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