KXIP vs KKR Live Score

"We would expect that Facebook has absolutely watertight systems to guard the privacy of victims".

If you think your nude photos could end up on Facebook or Instagram, you can send a copy of the photo through Facebook Messenger to company officials, Facebook then will create a digital fingerprint platform which further used to block any further distribution on Facebook, Instagram and Messenger.

There are fears the images could be found before being deleted, intercepted on their way to Facebook, or people could get around the technology by simply resizing images.

Then they need to message themselves their nude photos via Messenger and the e-safety commissioner's office will notify Facebook of their submission.

The pilot is meant to help prevent "revenge porn", or having intimate images shared across the social network without the owner's permission.

Eagles' Howie Roseman trades for Jay Ajayi
The team's workload at the position has come from LeGarrett Blount, who has had a fine season. "That's on the running back". Get daily prep sports headlines from the Gwinnett Daily Post staff delivered to your email.

She explained: "Revenge porn is becoming such a huge epidemic among young people, it's absolutely frightful and if there's any way to tackle it then we should take that seriously".

She added the hash can not be turned back into an image. "Once they delete the image from the thread, we will delete the image from our servers".

The trial is due to spread to the UK, US and Canada.

NCII is short for non-consensual intimate imagery. The company considered blurring out images before they ended up in the hands of human reviewers, but decided against it because that may have resulted in accidentally hashing legitimate images. Stamos went on to say that Facebook takes steps to protect the data and only retains non-reversible hashes.

Once Facebook receive this notification, its community operations team will use image matching technology to prevent any instances of the image being uploaded or shared online. It's also not clear if this is age-gated to prevent minors from sending their photos.


COMMENTS