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When Facebook expanded its pilot program to block revenge porn from being posted on its platforms last month, the blowback was swift. The problem is that Facebook has launched a somewhat complex technical solution to a nuanced problem at a time when user trust has been eroded by data mishandling scandals. Microsoft developed a similar approach, branded as PhotoDNA, that is widely used to block the spread of child exploitation images online and has more recently been used to combat the spread of terrorist recruitment imagery.

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Facebook users think it's ridiculous photos showing a nude Burt Reynolds from his s Cosmo centerfold have been removed for violating the company's nudity policy. A spokesperson for the social networking site released a statement on Friday apologizing to users after several people complained that the photo was taken down from tribute posts to honor Reynolds, who died on Thursday at the age of Facebook told Fox News that the photos of Reynolds were 'mistakenly removed' and the images were being restored.

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The plan, they say, is to train Facebook to block the images you don't ever want on Facebook, in cases such as revenge porn. Those team members will create what's effectively a digital fingerprint of the images so that Facebook's systems can automatically recognize and block the images before they can be seen by anyone outside the company. The program is undergoing trials in the United States, United Kingdom and a couple of other territories.

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Even celebrities are not immuneand their leaked images keep tabloids well fed. For most users, the release of such private images — revenge porn — can feel like the end of the world, and in fact, a few resulting suicides have brought the issue very much into the mainstream news. It should go without saying that such leaks represent a huge privacy violation and have no place in a civilized society. However, leaks do happen.

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Facebook has come up with a solution to tackle revenge porn that seems crazy and counter-intuitive at first but once you settle down you begin to see how it could work. This revenge porn is prevalent in Zimbabwe too, especially on WhatsApp in Zimbabwe. To be frank I think the H-Metro contributed to the problem.

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Facebook is trying to expand its fight against revenge porn on the platform with a pilot program that asks users to send naked photos of themselves so the platform can block said photos before someone else shares them. Facebook has been testing the system in Australia and is now extending the trial to the US, Britain and Canada. With the recent privacy-related scandals plaguing Facebook, users might be wary of sharing something so incredibly private with the platform.

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If you're worried someone might try to spread nude photos of you, Facebook has a possible solution for you: Send your nude photos to them first. The social network is testing a feature in Australia that involves users uploading explicit photos of themselves and then flagging them as " non-consensual intimate images ," allowing Facebook to recognize them in case someone else tries to spread them in the future. If the new feature proves successful, the trial will be expanded to the U. A Facebook spokesperson, speaking to Bustle on background via email, confirmed that this feature was being tested in Australia.

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Apparently, Facebook really thinks AI is the best way to go. The idea, according to Motherboardis that if Facebook has an explicit image of you, it can flag it and keep it from being shared if somebody else tries to upload it. Which all sounds good and fine in theory, but forces you to ask yourself how much you really trust Facebook.

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Facebook is testing a new method to stop revenge porn that requires you to send your own nudes to yourself via the social network's Messenger app. This strategy would help Facebook to create a digital fingerprint for the picture and mark it as non-consensual explicit media. So if a relationship goes sour, you could take proactive steps to prevent any intimate images in possession of your former love interest from being shared widely on Facebook or instagram.

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