Facebook wants your nude photos.
We're not kidding. It's part of an effort by the social network to prevent revenge porn from spreading via its network. But the idea of sending nude photos to one.. Mashable
Facebook is testing the system, which uses image recognition to identify revenge porn, in Australia, but social media users are unhappy at the plans as employees will first be able to view the snaps. MailOnline
Facebook is trying to combat "revenge porn" by encouraging users in Australia to submit their nude photos to a pilot project designed to prevent intimate images from being shared without consent. News24 Also reported by •SBS •DNA •Deccan Herald
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.. betanews
Facebook 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.. New Zealand Herald
In our bad cyberpunk world full of hellish new tech-based ways to harass and abuse people (especially women) online, revenge porn is one of the most pernicious. If you’re fortunate enough to not.. geek.com
Would you voluntarily send Facebook nude photos of yourself? The company is insisting it needs them — for your own protection.
Let's say you have a spiteful ex who decides to embarrass you by.. L.A. Times