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Frank Hovis

How could this possibly go wrong? - Facebook, nude photos

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Is Chris Morris now actually having his spoof policies enacted?



Facebook is teaming up with four countries to test a preemptive system to detect and defend against “revenge porn.” Users are being asked to upload nude photos of themselves to Messenger.

The Australian Office of the eSafety Commissioner announced they were partnering with the social media giant last week on a pilot scheme that will allow anyone to report sensitive images being shared online without their permission.

The eSafety office, which works primarily to prevent the online abuse of minors, asked any Australian who fears that intimate images of themselves may be online to send a nude photo of themselves via Messenger xD. They will then notify Facebook, who will use image matching technology to stop those images from being uploaded to Facebook, Messenger, Facebook Groups or Instagram.


Dear eSafety, I am very concerned that their may be nude photographs of myself circulating on the interent.  Yours faithfully, Worried of Woolamaloo.

Dear Worried of Woolamaloo, Worry no more.  Simply take a nude photograph of yourself and send it to us and then you can sleep safely knowing that nobody will be looking at nude photographs of you.  Except us of course who will all be crowding round the screen to have a good laugh.  Yours sincerely, eSafety.



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