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Facebook under pressure to resume scanning messages for child abuse in EU

Technology | The Guardian

Half of referrals for child sexual abuse material could be falling under the radar after changes to EU ePrivacy Directive

The children’s charity NSPCC has called on Facebook to resume a programme that scan private messages for indications of child abuse, with new data suggesting that almost half of referrals for child sexual abuse material are now falling below the radar.

Recent changes to the European commission’s ePrivacy Directive, which are being finalised, require messaging services to follow strict new restrictions on the privacy of message data. Facebook blamed that directive for shutting down the child protection operation, but the children’s charity says Facebook has gone too far in reading the law as banning it entirely.

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January 20th 2021, 11:05 am
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