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Facebook announced on yesterday that it is deploying a new revenge porn reporting tool, first piloted in Australia, that will allow users to send photos that they don't want shared online directly to Facebook. Facebook says its community operations team will use a hash system to prevent the photo from being shared across Facebook, Instagram or Messenger. But before an image is hashed, your intimate photos will be looked at by someone at Facebook.

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Facebook announced on yesterday that it is deploying a new revenge porn reporting tool, first piloted in Australia, that will allow users to send photos that they don't want shared online directly to Facebook. Facebook says its community operations team will use a hash system to prevent the photo from being shared across Facebook, Instagram or Messenger. But before an image is hashed, your intimate photos will be looked at by someone at Facebook.