NSPCC warns Facebook being flooded with child abuse images

07/11/2021 | The Telegraph

The NSPCC estimates Facebook has allowed over half a million child sexual abuse images to go undetected since it switched off its scanning software in the EU due to legal concerns. However, despite the fact the EU has clarified the practice to be legal, Facebook has not yet resumed scanning. Facebook said it plans to resume some scanning from this week once new technical measures are implemented. 

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