Facebook is trying to combat "revenge porn" by encouraging users in Australia to submit their nude photos to a pilot project designed to prevent intimate images from being shared without consent. Adults who have shared nude or sexually explicit photos with someone online, and who are worried about unauthorised distribution, can report images to the Australian government's eSafety Commission. They then securely send the photos to themselves via Messenger, a process that allows Facebook to "hash" them, creating a unique digital fingerprint. This identifier is then used to block any further distribution on Facebook, Instagram and Messenger as a pre-emptive strike against revenge porn, a common method of abuse and exploitation online. A Facebook spokesman said Britain, Canada and the United States are also expected to take part in the project. Inman Grant said that if successful, the Facebook trial should be extended to other online platforms. Its eSafety Commission launched an online portal last month, allowing victims to report cases where their photos have been shared on the internet without consent.
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