Minimising the occasion of malicious porn makes Facebook ask for nudes

It is hoped by Facebook that porn shared on its platform as a form of revenge will be discouraged by it demanding from the nudes of its users that is feared by them to be sent about without their knowledge.

The social networking company has partnered with the eSafety division of the government of Australia to combat revenge porn. The aim is to find a way from letting intimate pictures of the user from being distributed on all of their platforms without their consent of course.

The procedure

A person who is concerned that their private photosmight be made public via its various platforms will be directed to go on their site and complete a questioner, the site of the commissioner of eSafety.

The user will then send the photos to their accounts.
As this is going on, the office of the Commissioner of eSafety will notify Facebook that this has been done.

Matching image technology is employed by the social network company to hinder malicious uploads on their various platforms.

It is from a public statement made by Facebook back in April that this latest developments is emergent from. The company had revealed that it had plans to bring into play novel tools and helps for its over 7 billion users.

Before now the report button on Facebook was what was encouraged by the company for users to use in cases where the said photo had already being uploaded.

Users will be accorded to the liberty to signal Facebook by use of the newly introduced hashing feature themselves, thereby stopping the upload of the photograph at the very start.

“The top and most important concern of Facebook is the safety and privacy of our users,” Antigone Davis the head of global safety shared in a statement.

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