04/06/17: Facebook takes on revenge porn
Apr 6, 2017

04/06/17: Facebook takes on revenge porn

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Facebook launched a new initiative to crack down on revenge porn with more manpower and new photo-matching technology. Carrie Goldberg, a lawyer who represents revenge porn victims and serves on the board of the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative, stops by to discuss the implications of Facebook's new measures. Plus, a look at YouTube's new television venture and the hunt for Russia's most notorious hacker. 


Facebook launched a new initiative to crack down on revenge porn with more manpower and new photo-matching technology. Carrie Goldberg, a lawyer who represents revenge porn victims and serves on the board of the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative, stops by to discuss the implications of Facebook’s new measures. Plus, a look at YouTube’s new television venture and the hunt for Russia’s most notorious hacker. 

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