Apple expected to introduce iPhone photo scan tool to identify child abusers

Apple is expected to introduce a “neural matching” tool to detect if iPhone photo images match child sexual abuse records, according to a security expert at Johns Hopkins Security Institute. There are several concerns, including that this would set precedent that systems can be allowed to scan phones for prohibited content.

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