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Would you send Facebook nude photos of yourself..? facebook want your nude photo

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Would you send Facebook nude photos of yourself? Facebook wants to prevent revenge porn on its platform by

gathering nude images and videos of its users, raising privacy concerns among its 2 billion users.

 

Would you send Facebook nude photos of yourself? Facebook wants to prevent revenge porn on its platform by
gathering nude images and videos of its users, raising privacy concerns among its 2 billion users.

Let’s say you have ex boyfreind who decides to embarrass you by posting a nude photo made in private. Facebook says if
you send the photo to the company first, it will make sure it never shows up on its site.The trial is in Australia, where studies suggest one in five women aged 18-45 may have had image-based abuse.

Facebook said it looked forward “to getting feedback and learning” from the trial.
Revenge porn is a growing issue in Australia, according to e-safety commissioner Julie Inman Grant, who is working with
Facebook on the trial.
“We see many scenarios where maybe photos or videos were taken consensually at one point, but there was not any sort of
consent to send the images or videos more broadly,Users wanting to take part in the trial must first file a report with
the commissioner, who will in turn share it with Facebook.

But can you trust Facebook? The social networking giant is test reveng porn the feature in Australia, asking users to send
naked photos of themselves via Messenger that could be uploaded by someone without the owner’s consent. Facebook said it
plans to use the images to build a database of specific photos it can then block from being uploaded to the site in
future. If successful the trial will spread to the United States, as well as the U.K. and Canada.

The company says it won’t store the photos but instead create a digital footprint so that its \
image-matching technology can prevent
future uploading of a copy of the photograph.

That’s where the system can backfire,they’re not storing a copy, but the image is still being transmitted and processed
suppose you are sending nude photo to facebook via messanger if hacker break
security then big problem will arise across the world
i thik this will not work in country like india

 

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