"We are delighted that Facebook is helping solve this problem-one faced not only by victims of actual revenge porn but also individuals with worries of imminently becoming victims", Carrie Goldberg, a New York-based sexual privacy lawyer, told the Guardian.
In a statement on the trial, Facebook said: "This is an initial pilot in Australia".
Back in April, Facebook took steps aimed at combating revenge porn in Canada and the U.S., allowing users to flag an image they suspect was posted without consent.
Others, however, have expressed serious concerns about the amount of trust the system requires users to put in Facebook. Should someone attempt to upload that same nude image, with the same digital footprint, Facebook's technology would prevent that from happening.
There are laws against revenge porn, but the scourge is hard to fight against in practical terms.
It may seem counterintuitive, but the idea is to upload intimate photos before an abuser or hacker has a chance to share them on Facebook or Instagram without your consent. 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.
Grant went on to reassure everyone that Facebook is not storing the images, but is merely storing a link or digital fingerprint to the images. "They make you sign on to the service, and then they make you report one of three things".
While it trains the algorithm, Facebook will assign a human Community Operations Analyst, who will be responsible for accessing, hashing and protecting images, to every case the commissioner hands over. Facebook, to its credit, is working with experts in online civil rights and domestic violence to build these tools.
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