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If you send nudes to Facebook for revenge porn protection, the photos will be checked by humans

betanews Thursday, 9 November 2017 ()
Facebook caused more than a little eye-rolling with its anti-revenge porn program which requires users to upload the naked images of themselves that they would like to protect. It had been assumed that the entire process would be automated, making use purely of algorithms to analyze images and protect privacy. This assumption was wrong. Facebook says that in actual fact an employee -- an actual human being -- will have to review the nude images that are sent in. See also: Facebook: send nudes and we'll protect you against revenge porn Transparency: Facebook to force political ads to disclose funding… [Continue Reading]
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Facebook wants your nude photos, because it thinks it can use them to protect you from revenge porn. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@FantasticMrNate) reports.

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