Apple hopes new feature will curb spread of child sexual abuse images

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Apple hopes new feature will curb spread of child sexual abuse images
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Apple hopes new feature will curb spread of child sexual abuse images

The image recognition will come in new versions of iOS and iPadOS - due to be released later year

Apple has announced a new feature for iPhones and iPads that is intended to limit the spread of child sexual abuse material (CSAM) online. Apple says that its upcoming versions of iOS and iPadOS...

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