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pfish
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So Facebook announced a New Feature which lets you upload nudes which get hashed and on a Blacklist so they can't be uploaded to facebook. And in Order to prevent abuse, a human Reviews the pictures. Genius idea

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  • 15
    @g-m-f Apart from that, which you could maybe solve with some sort of algorithm, you dont even know if they are finally get hashed since they are sent normally to Facebook and get reviewed there.
  • 4
    This is just sick !!...... I'm not really interested in it but do they have option to filter the images? 😳
  • 3
    @Aitkotw From what i understood, they dont get "published" but if someone tries to upload them they get blocked
  • 13
    And the world keeps getting more weird...
  • 3
    @pfish I know but I was talking on the behalf that reviewer
  • 3
    @Aitkotw They didn't really say somthing about that
  • 4
    Wow. Just. Wow. 😐
  • 2
    Ranted about it earlier
  • 3
    At least it's not mandatory, yet 😛
    Isn't Facebook already blocking all nudes? Even not really nudes?
    Next update, they'll just upload them directly from the phones. To be sure. Think of the children 😄
  • 5
    @nbamaral Wait till Google Reviews all pictures that are automatically uploaded
  • 1
    @Alice At least where I live they also wouldn't be able to dothat by law because there would be child porn for sure
  • 5
    So, why do people use Facebook again?
  • 1
    To my knowledge this is already how Facebooks anti-child pornography system works.
  • 2
    @Alice no, you don't.
  • 2
    Next they'll offer to block private sex tapes from other porn sites, I swear
  • 1
    Given that FB may retract your React license if you sue them for copying your stuff, I don't think handing them nudes is a great idea...
  • 1
    @essi They've taken that back, at least for React AFAIK
  • 2
    @filthyranter really?? That's good to hear.
  • 1
    @essi They were too scared of many developers abandoning React
  • 4
    @g-m-f The fingerprinting doesn't hash the whole image, but accounts for appearance of features within the image, even when rotated, mirrored or colorshifted. It uses the shapes of contrasting edges rather than pixels to create hashes.

    Of course, my first thought was to upload every single photo of Trump ever made — so they're probably right to let a human review images. Even though that makes it disturbing to use for your own nudes... Meh. Still sending them a picture of my penis dipped in guacamole every day.
  • 1
    Lol... pro nude photo farming. They are gonna get a lot of demographic and behavioral analytics from people using this feature. You have to ask "How will Facebook's business model monetize this?" whenever they add a new feature. Simple. Deeper and deeper analytics....
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