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Facebook: Send Me Your Nude Photos For Protection

Facebook is now requesting for nude photo in a bid to 'protect' users. Can you voluntarily send this social media giant naked pictures of you, all in the name of protection? Before giving an answer, let's see how this really works.

I'm sure you've heard —a thousand times— of situations where a spiteful lover decides to embarrass his/her ex by posting a nude photo made in private. Well, Facebook says if you send the photo to the company first, it will make sure it never shows up on its site.


The company says the photos won't be stored, but instead, a digital footprint would be created so that its image-matching technology can prevent any future uploading of a copy of the photograph.

According to Australia's eSafety commissioner: "It would be like sending yourself your image in email, but obviously this is a much safer, secure end-to-end way of sending the image without sending it through the ether."

Four percent of internet users have fallen victim to what is known as Revenge P0rn, and 10 percent of women under 30 have had someone threaten to post explicit photos of them online against their will, according to a 2016 study by Data & Society.

Facebook is heading the program in Australia in partnership with the country's Office of the eSafety Commissioner, a government agency dedicated to online safety. The United States, Britain and Canada will be next for the test, reports the Times of London.

As you can see, Africa is no where to found. But can you sincerely send your nude photos to Facebook? Kindly share this post and drop your comments below.

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