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Unbelievable!!

Ostensibly as part of a program for preventing "revenge porn",
Facebook are requesting users 18-45 in Australia to send them nude pictures of themselves.

And I have no doubt many will actually do so.

Has people's naivete and trust in these predatory internet companies reached unprecedented levels of stupidity?? Will people ever learn?

No doubt Facebook will find nefarious ways to monetise the collection
of this this very intimate data.

Perhaps a special secret service for billionaires to freely peruse the bodies of naked young women complete with their names and addresses and their personal data for future targetting. Who knows?

It's at times like this I am glad I don't have a Millenial daughter!

Facebook Now Wants Your Nude Photos
 
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If you describe a 45 year old as a young girl then you must be an old canine yourself
 
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If you describe a 45 year old as a young girl then you must be an old canine yourself

Lets hope we never see horrible hairy nudes of you on some Political Irish
"bare asses of the political Irish mod team" fundraising calendar YD! :smiley:

In practice I'd imagine mostly only young people will be silly enough to
engage in making movies and images of their bare bums and clumsy coitus
and allowing their temporary sexual partners to take copies of them.

And only gullible young idiots will send such images on to facebook.

So I deduce the 45 cut off was possibly a ruse to "cover facebook's ass" (ahem!)
knowing full well that in practice mostly young users would send their images in

And one must ask why there was actually a cut off age at all?
Seems rather suspicious to me! Why would algorithms only want people under 45??

Revenge porn could be a LOT more damaging to an older rich person
and more open to blackmail.
 
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Lets hope we never see horrible hairy nudes of you on some Political Irish
"bare asses of the political Irish mod team" fundraising calendar YD! :smiley:

In practice I'd imagine mostly only young people will be silly enough to
engage in making movies and images of their bare bums and clumsy coitus
and allowing their temporary sexual partners to take copies of them.

And only gullible young idiots will send such images on to facebook.

So I deduce the 45 cut off was possibly a ruse to "cover facebook's ass" (ahem!)
knowing full well that in practice mostly young users would send their images in

And one must ask why there was actually a cut off age at all?
Seems rather suspicious to me! Why would algorithms only want people under 45??

Revenge porn could be a LOT more damaging to an older rich person
and more open to blackmail.
I was reading an article about these new dating apps. Apparently it is not at all unusual for females of advancing years to send off their nude pictures to a man before they meet. I was recently talking to a man who told me he was on bumble bee. There the female swipes first, and I guess if the fellow does not bite eagerly and arranges a meet, then some women get desperate to prove to themselves that they are attractive.

Things were a lot different in my day. A stud like me would be known in even the surrounding towns, I did not have to rely on bullshit.
 
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Real Humans Will Review the Nudes You Send Facebook as Part of Its Anti-Revenge Porn Program

"As part of the program, users are being asked to upload nude photos of themselves to the social network voluntarily. The process works like this: First a user files a report with the Australian eSafety Commissioner’s office. Then, they upload an explicit picture of themselves to Facebook Messenger (they can do this by starting a conversation with themselves) and flag it as a “non-consensual intimate image” for the social network.

A member of Facebook’s community operations team then manually confirms that the image is in violation of the company’s policies. The images will be blurred-out and only accessible to a specially-trained team, according to an email from a Facebook spokesperson.


The remainder of the process is then automated. Facebook builds what is a referred to as a “hash” of the image, meaning it creates a unique sketch or fingerprint of the file. If another user tries to upload the image to Facebook or Instagram, Facebook will test it against its stored hashes, and stop it from being distributed if it is marked as revenge porn."


So they are storing the images for further viewing, and creating a hash of them, and using the hash to try and compare against new uploads.

Its crap, you could crop/edit, possibly even resize the image and it would produce a different hash.
At best this whole thing is just more testing for their image recognition software systems.
 
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Several issues here.

Why would anyone allow themselves to be photographed nude?
Why would anyone presume that giving their nude photographs to anyone else is wise?

Human sexuality is not a very rational thing!

Raging hormones, impressionable young minds, a vacant culture of "consumerism and the self". a lack of conscientious parenting, celebrity role models like lady gaga, prying and scheming social media corporations preying on weak mindedness, peer pressure, modern phone technology in the hands of all teenagers. Put it all together, give it a good stir and what do you get?

Technology has run amok and far outstripped our cultural ability to deal with it sensibly or our ability to reason ethically about it's consequences
Also behind the facade, we are still humans in search of the same basic love and attention but the modern world has denied us a simple environment to achieve that and instead replaced it with a distorted version of reality which can be easily monetised
and it has twisted our natural impulses into something empty and ugly
 
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Several issues here.

Why would anyone allow themselves to be photographed nude?
Why would anyone presume that giving their nude photographs to anyone else is wise?


Human sexuality is not a very rational thing!
Couple raging hormones, impressionable young minds, a vacant culture of consumerism and the self and lack of conscientious parenting
with celebrity role models like lady gaga, prying and scheming social media corporations who prey on weak mindedness, peer pressure and modern phone technology
then put it in all the hands of teenagers and what do you get?

Technology has run amok and far outstripped our cultural ability to deal with it sensibly or our ability to reason ethically about it's consequences
Also behind the facade, we are still humans in search of the same basic love and attention but the modern world has denied us a simple environment to achieve that and instead replaced it with a distorted version of reality which can be easily monetised
and it has twisted our natural impulses into something empty and ugly

I don't buy any of that.

There is no reason or explanation as to why anyone has to have nude pictures taken of themselves, much less giving those pictures to someone else.
It is rank stupidity on every single level.
 
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