Facebook tests fighting revenge porn by asking users to file nude photos first – USA TODAY


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Facebook tests fighting revenge porn by asking users to file nude photos first
USA TODAY
Facebook's latest attempt to wipe revenge porn off its platform: asking users to send their own nude photos. The Australian government's Office of the eSafety Commissioner announced it is joining a pilot program with Facebook to prevent intimate images
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