Revenge porn: Facebook wants nude photos

(WILX) -- You might have heard the rumors that Facebook wants to see you naked.

The social media giant is looking for nude photos and wants its users to send them.

It's all in an effort to stop revenge porn.

Its a big problem with scorned lovers posting nude photos of their exes online.

Facebook is testing out a pilot program in Australia to prevent revenge porn.

Users would upload their nude photos to Facebook and a trained community operations team would review the photo.

If it violates Facebook policies, the company would create a digital fingerprint of the picture so that it could be recognized and blocked if its uploaded again.

The technology is used to help prevent child pornography and by internet companies to block terrorist images.

"The reality is that we're living in a world where breaches have become the third certainty in life where hackers are sophisticated, they're determined, they're persistent, they're very creative and there is no right to be forgotten. There is no way to be forgotten, that in the world of cyber, delete almost really never means delete," said Adam Levin, founder of Cyberscout.

Facebook is expected to test out the program soon in the United States, the UL and Canada.