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Facebook Launches A Group of Police Against The Revenge Porn.

Revenge Porn Policies in Facebook

It's been a long time since Ethical Hackers Club has been reporting Incidents of Revenge Porn but the facebook seemed to be blind to such issues, but finally, the company of Mark Zuckerberg has announced the launch of new measures to fight the photos of nudes uploaded without own consent.
Facebook is finally working hard to turn its site into a secure ecosystem. And it's recent policies against Revenge Porn makes the goal very clear.


Over the past few months, Your Favorite social networking Giant has decided to fight some of the elements that are sullying their programs. Only a few months ago Mark announced that he was launching a team to fight the 'fake news', now there will be another team that will fight to prevent the publication of nudes without consent.
Historically, Facebook has been famous in order to avoid the nudes in their social network, even if they are artistic images, but, of course, it is impossible to monitor absolutely all the photos that are uploaded. However, the new decision goes one step further and the goal is none other than to prevent the application being used to avenge another person through intimate images that are out of place in a public space.


According to the studies conducted by the California company, the direct impact of this criminal practice on those affected is truly brutal: 93% of people who have suffered from it, say they have had severe emotional distress, while 82% confess that Has suffered repercussions at work or social level. Facebook wants to put its bit in the fight against this practice, with the announcement of a new series of measures.
Facebook has announced the implementation of a team specialized in the detection and elimination of images that are framed by the 'revenge porn'. That is, photographs taken in the privacy that someone, by disparaging another person, ends up making public. Facebook has decided to end it and, for it, has included several new features in its system, as well as a team that will fight against these images.


The Going Thursday has introduced all new features on your favorite social network, which will be available for all profiles in the coming days. In the first place, it will follow the same track that survived so far, which isn't more than reporting the image as 'I appear in the photo and I do not like'. From there, it is where the new specialized Facebook team comes into action and will analyze if the image violates its rules and if it is a 'porn revenge'.
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Not without my permission

If so, delete the image and deactivate the account that has published it, as well as all those who have shared it. Likewise, they have announced the implementation of a technology that will allow these images can not be uploaded again, totally or partially. This is a system of 'photo-matching' that will serve to prevent that same photo already reported again see the light on Facebook, Messenger or Instagram.
Finally, this specialized team will be in charge of offering support to the victims of this situation. After reaching an agreement with the Initiative for Cyber Civil Rights, Facebook launched a specialized guide, which is called 'Not without my permission'. It offers the advice to follow to overcome this situation but, in addition, this team will connect the affected people with associations expert in the matter to offer them help.
This latest Facebook initiative is the result of talks last year with 150 organizations in the USA, Spain, Kenya, India, Ireland, Turkey, Sweden and the Netherlands, meetings that have taken action to end An increasing crime. In this way, the Zuckerberg company has decided to end the 'revenge porn' on their networks to make Facebook is a safer place.

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