However, I decided to research and understand the reasons behind the changes. Now you might think this is obvious or wonder how changing the algorithm does this, so let me explain. Instagram is a business and must make money, so how do they make money? By remaining one of the most important forms of social media.
Facebook Still Thinks Uploading Naked Pictures of Yourself is the Best Way to Stop Revenge Porn
Facebook faces lawsuit over naked photo of year-old girl
A telephone engineer has been fined after he posted a naked picture of a woman on Facebook — because he wanted to get back at her for ignoring him. Gavin Thompson became hurt and angry after the woman he had been seeing suddenly stopped talking to him. After she failed to respond to a number of text and Facebook messages, the year-old sent her a warning that if she did not make contact with him he would publish her private pictures online. Fiscal Depute Karen Dow said that when she logged into her account she was horrified to see the image — which she feared could be viewed by all of her contacts. The court heard that although the image had been posted online Thompson had altered the settings so that only himself and his victim could see them.
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Be wary of emails claiming to be from Facebook, and saying that you have been tagged in a photograph. Did you notice what was odd about the email? If you click on the link in the email, you are not taken immediately to the real Facebook website.
Back in October Facebook announced its plans to tackle the problem of revenge porn being spread on its platform. Plans that involved asking users to upload naked pictures of themselves, so the platform could assign a digital fingerprint and curb any attempts to spread the pictures around. That story is back in the news again, because this system is going to be trialled in the UK, US, Australia, and Canada.