Wibbitz Top Stories 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..
Hello Giggles 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..
CBS 4 WCCO Minnesota Facebook is testing a system to combat what's known as "revenge porn." Here's how it works: the Facebook user sends the company their nude pics - so Facebook can recognize and block them if they are ever posted without consent. The news team..
Wochit Entertainment The act of uploading naked photos of someone else to Facebook to get back at them, known more commonly as “revenge porn” is considered a misdemeanor in most states, but a full-on felony in others. However, the illegality of uploading nude photos..