Facebook is ushering in some initiatives to handle revenge porn, according to the The Guardian.

The initiatives include a better reporting system, photo-matching technologies and efforts to disable accounts.

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Users can report a photo posted without their consent, which will cause it to be flagged for “specially trained representatives” that will address the issue. The Guardian stated those representatives are to “review the image and remove it if it violates community standards.”

The photo-matching technologies will detect a photo that is already blocked and prevent it from being shared. They do this by matching the photo to one already in a database. For these technologies to work, the photo first needs to be tagged. However, as The Guardian notes, Facebook “can do little” to prevent the initial posting of the photo.

Facebook will also try to disable accounts that have participated in revenge porn.