Facebook is inviting users to send it nude photos in a bid to tackle revenge porn. It says the images would be screened by software, which would make sure nobody could upload them publicly.
The idea is being trialed in country's including the UK, US and Canada - but as yet, Facebook isn't looking to see any Irish bits.
How does the trial work? Well, users can send their private pictures on Messenger, which would then be blocked from being uploaded anywhere on the site.
It's being aimed at people who are worried partners or ex-partners may share explicit images of them online.
Antigone Davis, Facebook’s Head of Global Safety, said the company will use "image matching technology to prevent non-consensual intimate images from being shared on Facebook, Instagram, Facebook Groups and Messenger."
The company says it won’t store the pictures and only Facebook’s Artificial Intelligence is supposed to access them.
The idea is being trialed on users in country's including the UK, US and Canada and Facebook says it will only store the images for "a short time" before deleting them.