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Revenge porn: Trained person to review nude images, says Facebook

BGR India Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
Facebook has stressed that its experiment to fight revenge porn that requires users to provide their intimate images proactively to the social network where a “specially trained” professional reviews and hashes the image is voluntary.  “To be clear, people can already report if their intimate images have been shared on our platform without their consent and we will remove and hash them to help prevent further sharing on our platform,” said Antigone Davis, Facebook’s Global Head of Safety, in a blog post late on Thursday. “With this new small pilot, we want to test an emergency option for people to provide a photo proactively to Facebook, so it never gets shared in the first place,” Davis added. This programme is
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News video: Facebook wants users to submit nude photos to battle revenge porn

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Facebook is asking users to submit nude photos... as part of their effort to combat revenge porn. Now, users can use Messenger to send their private images to be "hashed." The company uses the photo as a digital fingerprint to identify and block the same photo in case it's uploaded.

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