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The way it'll work is people will share their photos with Facebook via its Messenger app and the company will then "hash" the images, which is a process that converts the photos into a unique digital code.

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Facebook published a blog post Thursday that gives more specifics on the pilot project.

The company said it's constantly working to prevent revenge porn and was looking to try something different. 9 at p.m.: Adds information from Facebook blog post.

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Eric Greitens is the current governor of Missouri and was once a rising star in the Republican Party. In 2015, before he was elected governor, he had an affair with a hair dresser. Louis grand jury indicted Governor Greitens; he was arrested, taken to jail, and released on his own recognizance. According to the indictment, Greitens, while he was in the midst of his affair, had at one point tied the woman, a hairdresser, to a piece of fitness equipment in his basement; he blindfolded her and then took a nude photo of her. According to the indictment, he took this photo as a weapon to use, to keep her from publicly disclosing their affair.

After their heart-to-heart backstage, Alexis' mother apologized for ever putting him down."I'm sorry I made you feel that way.

I never wanted to make you feel like you're not worthy," she confessed.

The company is piloting the technology in Australia with a small government agency headed by e-Safety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant.

"We see many scenarios where maybe photos or videos were taken consensually at one point, but there was not any sort of consent to send the images or videos more broadly," Inman Grant told the ABC.

In addition to cutting ties with her ex Mike, Nicole made her big reveal to her parents at her father's 60th birthday party.

Proud of their daughter's transformation, both mom and dad vowed to get serious about their health."I want you guys to promise me, we're never gonna go backwards. And we're gonna start eating healthier as a family," Nicole insisted.

"It's a protective measure that can help prevent a much worse scenario where an image is shared more widely." Facebook didn't respond to a request for comment.

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