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Microsoft also scans e-mail attachments on child pornography
Like Google, Microsoft will scan the attachments to e-mail child pornography, according to a new matter for the BBC message. An American was recently arrested when he tried to send. Pornography through its Live.com account
Microsoft It is unknown whether the software giant from Redmond for all users or only scans email attachments of account managers who suspect they have been in possession of child pornography; that is on the basis of this case is not to determine. Microsoft came to the man on the track, when he the image of a young girl who was recognized as child pornography saved on his OneDrive-web storage through Microsoft’s PhotoDNA software writes the BBC.
Google confirmed Tuesday that the attachments of e-mail users who send via Gmail scans child with its own system. Both companies Touching established by Congress non-profit organization if they find child pornography. The companies are then required that info through play.
Microsoft has also in its conditions for the Netherlands are the automated systems deployment to scan for child porn. Until recently, however, many users it was not clear that taking pictures in private services are also scanned. OneDriveViewing:-156
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