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“We’re focused on building a community that keeps people safe” – Mark Zuckerberg shares Plans to Prevent Revenge Porn from Facebook & Instagram

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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to keep his social media platforms safe from revenge porn – the use of intimate videos or photos to hurt a previous partner.

According to him, they will be rolling our new tools to prevent these harmful materials from being shared on Facebook, Messenger and Instagram.

He says:

We’re focused on building a community that keeps people safe. That means building technology and AI tools to prevent harm.

Today we’re rolling out new tools to prevent “revenge porn” from being shared on Facebook, Messenger and Instagram.

Revenge porn is any intimate photo shared without permission. It’s wrong, it’s hurtful, and if you report it to us, we will now use AI and image recognition to prevent it from being shared across all of our platforms.

4 Comments

  1. Beard gang

    April 6, 2017 at 8:07 am

    stephanie otobo won’t like this

  2. Zurie

    April 6, 2017 at 9:58 am

    This is so good! There has been a revenge porn war on Facebook regarding some known escort girls from Cameroun and this news is more than welcome. The escort girls have been publishing porn tapes and naked pictures of each other on social media and it is despicable.

  3. cynthia

    April 6, 2017 at 6:26 pm

    Oh my gah thank you. cos i was on verge of leaving instragram for good. I spend all my time spamming porn images.I dont understand why they feel its ok to post almost naked pics on IG. i will spam the shit out of you before you say jack robinsom. Even thots and hoes looking for clients (indirectly) with almost half naked bits, if i see ass or boobs i will block and spam you at the same damn time. Gosh where did class go.

    I spammed Tokes page day i saw her with that suggestive almost naked nipple bearting top. STupid Girl. I only follow people with class who understand – class does not mean showing skin. Those kinds of people are few and far between on social media. Even when it comes to fashion pages.

    Keep it Classy for goodness sake

  4. Susan

    April 9, 2017 at 3:48 am

    If Mark Z. is so hell bent on keeping people safe “We’re focused on building a community that keeps people safe. That means building technology and AI tools to prevent harm.” Then why on earth do some people get the message on Facebook “You’ll have more stories in News Feed if you add more friends”. For someone feeling isolated or depressed or feel like they don’t have many friends in the first place. Does Facebook want someone to commit suicide.

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