Social media users who are fond of posting n*de photos on Facebook may be in for a hard time as Zuckerberg moves to stop the trend.
Founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, on Wednesday launched a campaign against ‘revenge porn’.
Revenge porn is any intimate photo shared without permission.
According to the multi billionaire, this will prevent individuals from sharing nude, intimate photos without permission in order to keep people safe.
Zuckerberg stated that ‘Revenge Porn’ on social media promotes cyberbullying, which is hurtful and wrong to affected individuals.
He further said any intimate photo shared on Facebook without permission will be taken down and stopped from being shared on all social media platforms.
“We’re focused on building a community that keeps people safe. That means building technology and AI tools to prevent harm.
“Today we’re rolling out new tools to prevent “revenge porn” from being shared on Facebook, Messenger and Instagram.
“Revenge porn is any intimate photo shared without permission.
“It’s wrong, it’s hurtful, and if you report it to us, we will now use AI and image recognition to prevent it from being shared across all of our platforms.”