Civil rights groups call on Apple to abandon CSAM ‘iPhone surveillance’
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Civil rights groups call on Apple to abandon CSAM ‘iPhone surveillance’

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More than 90 civil rights groups around the world have signed an open letter objecting to what they call iPhone surveillance capabilities, asking Apple to abandon its plans for CSAM scanning.

Additionally, they would also like the iPhone maker to drop plans for the iMessage nude detection, as this could place young gay people at risk.

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