Net classifieds has received a new tool for people who want to report incidents with their personal information.
The new “sex-sensitive personal information” (SSI) reporting tool allows users to report a person’s SSI in a matter of minutes.
“For the first time, users will have the power to report sexual assault and other sex-related offenses with a single click, instantly,” the company said in a press release.
It’s unclear if the new tool is being deployed to people who have already reported sexual assaults, but it is notable that it allows for the quick reporting of SSI.
A recent study found that the number of sexual assaults that were reported to the police was up significantly when SSI was included.
Users of the new reporting tool can report incidents to police in a few clicks, or send them to a designated contact.
This is in addition to the new data sharing tool that is already available, and has become a staple of the industry.
In 2016, Facebook updated the company’s Privacy and Security team with the ability to share SSI data with police and other partners, including law enforcement.
Since then, Facebook has expanded the tool to include more than 20 partners, and it’s expected to include new partners over time.
The company is offering the new feature for free, and users can submit their reports through the company website or on its mobile app.
The company’s new tool will be available for the next few weeks and will be the first to allow users to send reports to police.