Google Finally to Take Step Ban "Revenge Porn"

News - (on June 19, 2015 04:11 AM)



Google to Remove "Revenge Porn" from Search Results


Google announced to take step to remove "Revenge Porn" from its search result allowing victims request remove their non-consented nude and sexual images


Imagine you had a dream that you were striped in school in front of everyone, then insulted and humiliated! And suddenly you woke up “thanks God it was just a dream.” But do you know many of the girls have to go through this night mare in real sense on daily basis? Yes "Revenge Porn." You have heard this term! Do you know what really this is?


‘Revenge Porn’ just think, you have some naked pictures of your own in your mobile phone, tablet or computer, or very private images you either want to share with your most trusted or no one. But when you go on search something on internet, suddenly you see and cry “OMG this is me!!! Naked! How came me here???”


Let me tell you! You’re here because someone “hacker” breaches your inbox or mobile gallery to steal your images. It is also possible that someone without hacking attempt copied your profile image from your Facebook, Twitter or any social account and placed your face on any naked girl using Photoshop and similar software. This time, it’s not you, but your face is on someone naked body. This activity to insult women is called "Revenge Porn."

 


These are underline communities on internet devoted to exposing you and your private moments. They even named it ‘Revenge Porn’ a nonconsensual pornography. Naked photos – usually of women – wind up on internet without their consent. Their aim to shame and humiliate!


Thanks to Google finally took step to deal this issue. Google has decided to remove "revenge porn" from its search results by making it very easy. Search giant released a new policy allowing girls remove their photos and images they think shouldn’t be on internet. All they need to do is to fill out a form requesting the removal of nude and sexual images of themselves that have been posted without consent.


"Revenge porn images are intensely personal and emotionally damaging, and serve only to degrade the victims -- predominantly women," Amit Singhal, senior vice president of Google Search said in a blog post. "So going forward, we'll honor requests from people to remove nude or sexually explicit images shared without their consent from Google Search results."


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