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Facebook explains its creepy-sounding anti-revenge porn plan

betanews Friday, 10 November 2017
Facebook has revealed more details about how its test program for combating revenge porn works. The social network has been trialing a system which allows users to upload naked images of themselves to Facebook so the company can look out for and block others from sharing them. People were rather shocked at this idea, but even more so when it transpired that the uploaded nudes would be reviewed by Facebook employees. Keen to calm the storm that has whipped up around the issue, Facebook's global head of safety, Antigone Davis, has penned a blog post explaining that "we want to… [Continue Reading]
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Facebook is taking steps against "revenge porn," but in a controversial way.

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