Facebook’s unorthodox new revenge porn defense is to upload nudes to Facebook (page 3)

Facebook is testing a new preemptive revenge porn defense in Australia that may, at first blush, feel counterproductive: uploading your nude photos or videos directly to Messenger. According to the Australia Broadcasting Corporation, Facebook has partnered with the office of the Australian government’s e-Safety Commissioner, which works primarily to prevent the online abuse of minors, to develop the new system for combating the nonconsensual sharing of explicit media. By uploading the images or videos you fear may be shared in the future in an attempt to shame or harass you online, Facebook can digitally “hash” the media, effectively giving it a digital footprint. This allows the social network to track the media using the same... Continue reading…

Facebook’s unorthodox new revenge porn defense is to upload nudes to Facebook

Facebook is testing a new preemptive revenge porn defense in Australia that may, at first blush, feel counterproductive: uploading your nude photos or videos directly to Messenger. ...

Tue 7 Nov 17 from The Verge

Facebook testing technology to stop revenge porn

Facebook is testing the system, which uses image recognition to identify revenge porn and automatically delete it, with the help of the Office of the Sydney-based eSafety Commissioner. ...

Thu 2 Nov 17 from Daily Mail

How Facebook’s Anti-Revenge Porn Project Really Works

The scope is limited to specific photographs, but the technology could empower people to keep intimate images off Facebook altogether. In an announcement that raised plenty of eyebrows, Facebook ...

Sat 11 Nov 17 from Fastcompany Tech

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