I introduce you FopThreat.js <https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Ricordisamoa/FopThreat.js>, which blackens Commons files whose description pages include one of the FoP templates <https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:FoP_templates>.
It uses Tool Labs so it may not be properly suitable for production... ;-)

Il 22/06/2015 19:01, Sam Klein ha scritto:
You could find candidates in the most popular images and tag them by hand.

If it seems /possible/ that the image is affected, it could be faded out.
As you say, that might be enough for it to be removed.  If it is /likely/
that it is affected, it could be lightboxed or replaced.

Julia Reda, the Pirate in the European Parliament, has a fantastic blog
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