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If You Want to Use Facebook’s Revenge Porn Blocker, An Employee Will Have to Review Your Uncensored Photo

Facebook announced on Tuesday that it is deploying a new revenge porn reporting tool, first piloted in Australia, that will allow users to send photos that they don’t want shared online directly to Facebook. Facebook says its community operations team will use a hash system to prevent the photo from being shared…

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Australia Launches First Nation-Wide Reporting System for Revenge Porn

Victims of revenge porn—the nonconsensual distribution of explicit images—have a difficult path to navigate to regain their privacy and seek justice. The laws have yet to catch up to the crime, and the average person doesn’t have the means to quickly take down intimate images from the web—they’re often at the mercy of…