Nude facebook users. Facebook wants nude photos from Australian users — for a good reason

Nude facebook users. Facebook asks users nude photos in project to combat 'revenge porn'

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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 of users from appearing against their will on the social network's platform. The unusual catch: users worried an inappropriate image might appear on Facebook's platforms are asked to send an intimate image via Messenger, a preventive measure designed to flag the images before they're shared. Users worried an inappropriate image might appear on Facebook's platforms are asked to send it in. Credit: Ingrid Kurtz. According to the eSafety Office, if a Facebook user in Australia is concerned about an intimate image spreading online, they fill out a form, then send the image to themselves using Messenger.