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we need to talk,” or “I’m Good2Go.” If the partner chooses door No. ” If he or she opts instead to have a conversation before deciding—imagine, verbally communicating with someone with whom you may imminently engage in sexual intercourse—the app pauses to allow both parties to discuss.If the partner—let’s assume for the purposes of this blog post, partner is a she—indicates that she is “Good2Go,” she’s sent to a second screen that asks if she is “Sober,” “Mildly Intoxicated,” “Intoxicated but Good2Go,” or “Pretty Wasted.” If she chooses “Pretty Wasted,” the app informs her that she “cannot consent” and she’s instructed to return the phone back to its owner (and presumably, not have sex under any circumstances, young lady).’s Robby Soave called for an i Phone app that would clear up pesky he-said, she-said rape cases by recording “mutual consent” to engage in sexual activity before two people do the deed: “Maybe they would have to input a password and then touch phones, or something? Last week, his prayers were answered: The Good2Go sexual consent app isn’t as touch-and-go as the app of Soave’s dreams, but it does encourage sex partners to assess their mutual interest in sex and record their intoxication levels before getting busy.Here’s how it works: After deciding that you would like to have sex with someone, launch the Good2Go app (free on i Tunes and Google Play), hand the phone off to your potential partner, and allow him or her to navigate the process to determine if he or she is ready and willing. ” the first screen asks, prompting the partner to answer “No, Thanks,” “Yes, but … Only Yes means Yes, BUT can be changed to NO at anytime!Compared to that scenario, talking about sex doesn’t seem so scary.Facebook is considering secretly watching and recording users through their webcams and smartphone cameras, a newly discovered patent suggests.(A promotional video modeling the process begins by announcing how “simple” it is, then snaps out instructions for three minutes, but questions remain.) Perhaps the process is deliberately time-consuming: The app provides the “opportunity for two people to pause and reflect on what they really want to do, rather than entering an encounter that might lead to something one or both will later regret,” the app’s FAQ reads.
The patent application was submitted in February 2014 and published in August 2015, but was only recently spotted, by CBInsights.The public rather predictably made a big deal out of it, and the discovery of Facebook’s patent will only fuel speculation.The site isn’t believed to have put its plans into action yet, and there’s no guarantee that it ever will.there are cases, of course, as we know, where the accused is an innocent party, so in that case, it could be beneficial to him.” That record may help the falsely accused, but it's unlikely to aid a real victim.
Good2Go may remind its users that consent can be revoked at any time, but there are still judges and juries that will take evidence that a person said “yes” to sex at one point, and conclude that they were asking for whatever happened later that night (or the next).
"We often seek patents for technology we never implement, and patents should not be taken as an indication of future plans,” said a Facebook spokesperson.