Microsoft to combat revenge porn across Bing, OneDrive, and Xbox Live

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Microsoft is taking broad steps to eliminate revenge porn from its most popular services. Today the company published a blog post outlining its plans to “help put victims back in control of their images and their privacy.” Moving forward, Microsoft says it will remove links to offending photos and videos from Bing search results whenever a victim notifies the company that they were posted without permission.

That won’t eliminate them from the internet altogether — a related problem that Microsoft says will require cooperation across the industry to fix. But the company is going even further to erase revenge porn from services that it fully controls; intimate photos of someone shared without consent over OneDrive and Xbox Live will be…

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