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NCMEC to provide Apple with flagged images


Apple had been criticised over its new privacy policy that detected images of child sex abuse which prompted Apple to hunt pictures that would be flagged by clearing houses in multiple countries. Apple declined to announce the number of matched images on a phone or computer it would take before the operating system notifies Apple for a human review. The criticism that has forced Apple to change its policies or software is still unknown but the project is under development. The US-based National Centre for Missing & Exploited Children would be a supplier of flagged image identifiers. Apple will also check photos that will be stored on the iCloud online service. 

Source: Reuters

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