E.U. Privacy Rule Would Rein In the Hunt for Online Child Sexual Abuse

Por: The New York Times Tech December 04, 2020


Privacy concerns in Europe have led to some of the world’s toughest restrictions on companies like Facebook and Google and the ways they monitor people online.The crackdown has been widely popular, but the regulatory push is now entangled in the global fight against child exploitation, setting off a fierce debate about how far internet companies should be allowed to go when collecting evidence on their platforms of possible crimes against... + full article

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