Posted by: kurtsh | July 27, 2015

RELEASE: New reporting site to remove personal images from Microsoft sites & services

imageJacqueline Beauchere, chief online safety officer, Microsoft, disclosed a new online reporting webpage from Microsoft to enable victims of revenge porn to request the removal of their images from Bing search results, or from images shared on Microsoft OneDrive or Xbox.

Revenge porn – explicit images shared online without a victim’s consent – is a growing online safety problem with significant consequences for its victims.

Read about Microsoft’s effort to help put victims back in control of their images and their privacy here:


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