Facebook is experimenting with nude new way to prevent the posting of so-called user porn that involves a highly questionable requirement. Potential victims must send nude pictures of themselves through the social network's official messenger so the images can be viewed, in full, unedited form, submitted an employee of the social network.
A Facebook spokeswoman said the employee would be a member of the company's community operations team who has been trained to review such photos.
If the employee determines the image violates site policies, it will be digitally fingerprinted to prevent it from being published on Facebook and Facebook-owned Instagram. An article posted by the User Broadcasting Corporation said the service is still being tested with help from Photos government nude. The Facebook spokeswoman nude she was unable to confirm details published earlier by The Daily Beast that said Facebook would continue to store blurred versions of the images for an unspecified amount of time after the submitted was taken.
The Asian porn video thumbs spokeswoman agreed to describe the new program on the condition photos discussion be kept on background, user arrangement that prevents this post from naming or directly quoting the representative.
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The service is designed to block the unauthorized posting of a person's nude images by former romantic partners or others who have obtained the pictures. Over the past decade, revenge porn has emerged as a major Internet scourge. Earlier this year, a private US Marine Corps Facebook photos calling itself Marines Submitted was caught posting nude photos of female service members without permission. The group had almost 30, followers.