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SEATTLE – Microsoft said it is joining a push to end so-called “revenge porn” by helping victims remove links to sexually explicit images of them posted without their consent.“When someone shares intimate images of another
person online without that person’s consent, the effects can be truly devastating,”
Microsoft chief online safety officer Jacqueline Beauchere, pictured, said in a
blog.

“Unfortunately, revenge porn is on the rise across the globe. It can
damage nearly every aspect of a victim’s life: relationships, career, social
activities.

“In the most severe and tragic cases, it has even led to suicide.”

Beauchere said Microsoft had honoured requests to take down such content, but
it has now established a new reporting page that makes the process easier.

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