In internal memo, Apple addresses concerns around new Photo scanning features, doubles down on the need to protect children
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In internal memo, Apple addresses concerns around new Photo scanning features, doubles down on the need to protect children

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Apple yesterday officially announced a range of new features coming later this year, dubbed Expanded Protections for Children. The new features include protections for sensitive images in iMessage, iCloud Photo scanning for child sexual abuse material (CSAM) content, and new knowledge for Siri and Search.

In an internal memo distributed to the teams that worked on this project and obtained by 9to5Mac, Apple acknowledges the “misunderstandings” around the new features, but doubles down on its belief that these features are part of an “important mission” for keeping children safe.

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