Facebook urges consumers to send nude photos for anti-revenge porn test

Facebook is testing a new system to combat users posting intimate photos of their former significant others for revenge.

The social media outlet wants you to send them nude photos so the company can recognize and block the photos if they're ever posted without consent.

The Australia Brodcasting Corporations (ABC) reports Facebook is partnering with the Australia Government's Office of the eSafety Commissioner for the pilot test.

If you think your nude photos could end up on Facebook or Instagram, you can send a copy of the photo through Facebook Messenger to company officials.

Facebook would then create a digital footprint that could be used to identify the image if someone tried to post it.

The nude image would not be stored within the system. They would store the link and use artificial intelligence and other image recognition tools to detect and remove nonconsensual images.