Stopping The Spread Of Child Sex Abuse Images

This week, major US Internet firms have joined an effort to curb the spread of images depicting the sexual abuse of children.

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo have agreed to adopt a system to identify and block such images.

It’s based on a digital fingerprint, or hash, which analysts assign to images of child sex abuse.

This enables the participating websites to filter and block the content.

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