Microsoft launches new reporting website for revenge porn cases

18:13 Jul 22 2015 Los Angeles, CA, USA

Microsoft announced that the company will remove links to photos and videos from search results in Bing, and remove access to the content itself when shared on OneDrive or Xbox Live, when they are notified by a victim.

While people have been able to report in the past, Microsoft has set up a new reporting Web page to make it easy for victims to let the company know about these particular photos and videos. It is available in English now and will be expanded to other languages in the coming weeks. When the company removes links or content, it will happen globally.
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