Facebook Says Its Employees Will View Your Nudes If You Use Its Anti-Revenge Porn Program

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And if your house is on fire, get as much petrol as you can find and pour it everywhere to enhance a sense of self-worth. Should you find yourself surrounded by crocodiles, nothing says “I control my own destiny!” like hacking off your own arm with a Facebook-branded axe and offering your meat to the. In an attempt to combat the rise of revenge porn on its platform, Facebook is asking users to upload any nude photos they think may be distributed without consent — a process which involves a Facebook employee reviewing the uploaded images. Piloting the program in Australia, Facebook has teamed  Missing: self.

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Facebook has a new strategy for combating revenge porn: It wants to see your nudes first, before an abuser has the chance to spread prozrenie.info part of a new feature the social network is testing in Australia, users are being asked to upload explicit photos of themselves before they send them to anyone else. And if your house is on fire, get as much petrol as you can find and pour it everywhere to enhance a sense of self-worth. Should you find yourself surrounded by crocodiles, nothing says “I control my own destiny!” like hacking off your own arm with a Facebook-branded axe and offering your meat to the.


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