It’s great to see Google using their power and resources to do something so productive to combat child pornography!
The BBC reports that “digital fingerprints” of known child sex abuse photographs, identified and compiled by a UK charity called the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), will be used to generate flags that prevent browsers from accessing them. […]
“This is important because every single image or video is of a real child being sexually abused and every time someone views that image or video that child is re-victimised.”
Exactly! Go Google! We hope many others follow this lead and do their *own* part to end all forms of sexual abuse, but in particular online child sexual abuse. (Aka “child pornography.”)
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