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Facebook to allow staff to look through people's nude photos in attempt to stop 'revenge porn'

Independent Friday, 10 November 2017
The site has made clear the images will only be seen by 'specially trained representatives' and that they will be deleted as quickly as they can be
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News video: Facebook wants users to submit nude photos to battle revenge porn

▶ Facebook wants users to submit nude photos to battle revenge porn 00:35

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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