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Daily Dashboard | Child Porn in the Cloud: a Privacy Dilemma Related reading: OneTrust valued at $2.7B after $210M Series B funding round

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After Dropbox informed authorities of a user with child pornography in the cloud, some wonder if this is a slippery privacy slope, Fortune reports. “Child exploitation is a horrific crime. Whenever law enforcement agencies, child safety organizations or private individuals alert us of suspected child exploitation imagery, we act quickly to report it to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC),” the company said in a statement. “If it is appropriate for Dropbox and Google to scan consumer files for child pornography, should they do the same for illegal weapons? Narcotics? ISIS propaganda? And so on. Many people might be okay if the cloud companies strictly scour for underage porn, but would object if the range of targets becomes open-ended,” the report states.
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