Facebook is taking Some Serious Measures to Face the Revenge Porn

Facebook is taking Some Serious Measures to Face the Revenge Porn

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Facebook knows very well that it is in turbulent waters, and has begun to take measures that can help it regain user confidence. A byproduct of these steps could be that Facebook becomes a safer and cleaner platform.

Capturing intimate moments for personal use has become quite simple with the greatest penetration of smartphones. Things may not always work, and enmity may lead couples to filter inappropriate images of each other. Revenge porn has become an increasingly common trend, and Facebook does not want to be a part of this act.

Finding these images goes beyond detecting nudes on platforms. By using machine learning and artificial intelligence, we can now proactively detect almost naked images or videos that are shared without permission on Facebook and Instagram.

The new technology that the company is implementing will find inappropriate images on the platform even before someone reports it, and will disarm it to protect the victims’ identity and privacy. Trained staff will also check the content for violations of community guidelines and also suspend the loader account. Antigone Davis, Facebook’s Global Security Director, added that they no longer want to wait for the content to be reported, as some victims may be worried about retaliation, or may have no idea how the content is shared.

If a victim is concerned that these photos are shared, but she is not sure if they shared them, she can send a photo to Facebook in a safe and proactive way, according to which they will recognize copies of the image and prevent them from being shared. the platform. This feature was in a pilot test phase so far, in partnership with support organizations, and will now be extended to more users.

Facebook is also creating a mechanism for victims to address any trauma due to this exploitation, called “Not without my consent“. Here, victims can easily contact support organizations in their own country. A set of tools to support victims is also being developed, with relevant support at the local and cultural level, to make it more accessible for those who need it.

Facebook is taking proactive measures to ensure that more users have a good time on their platform safely, without having to worry about their past.

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