Pornhub, the largest adult website on the Internet, just made it much simpler for victims of revenge porn to remove pictures of themselves that were posted without their permission. It's the latest development meant to help women who who become victims of harrassment when private photos or videos are posted online.

Pornhub unveiled a new content removal form this week asking users to input their name, email address and answer, “Have you ever agreed to the distribution of this content?” If not, Pornhub says, the pictures or video will be removed within the next few hours. The site, among the 100 most popular sites in the world with 60 million-or-so daily visitors, previously required users to email them a removal request, which could be a time consuming process.

Pornhub also promises victims some degree of anonymity by not forcing them to scan their official identification form as part of the removal request, something many other sites continue to insist upon.

“The current process has been carefully refined and is highly accurate in terms of being able to determine what is revenge porn,” Pornhub vice president Corey Price told the Telegraph Thursday. 

Google, Twitter and Reddit have also taken steps to remove revenge porn. Much of Europe and states throughout the U.S. have laws prohibiting the harasssment tactic. One California man, the proprietor of a revenge porn website that charged women between $300 and $350 to have their photos removed, was sentenced in April to 18 years in prison.