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Daily Dashboard | Google child abuse image detecting tool reports parents sending medical photos Related reading: A guide to ‘diverging’ EU, UK anonymization standards

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The New York Times reports a U.S. parent's Google account was suspended after they photographed infections in the private areas of their child for their health care provider to assess. Google's artificial intelligence system for detecting child sexual abuse imagery is used to track down and prevent sharing of such images, but accidental cases as this may be more common, Electronic Frontier Foundation technologist Jon Callas said. Last year, Google filed more than 600,000 reports of child abuse material, which led to the disabling of more than 270,000 users’ accounts.
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