Microsoft has a new way to request 'revenge porn' be removed from Bing, OneDrive and Xbox Live

Microsoft wants to make it easier for victims of “revenge porn” on the Internet to see said content removed from its services. That’s why the company has set up a new website that allows people to request any nude or sexually explicit photos or videos that have been shared without their permission to be taken down from services like Bing, OneDrive and Xbox Live.

Source: iMore

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