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Google busts child pornographer through Picasa library search

25
Nov
2013

A new child pornography bust reported by CBS Sacramento is raising questions about Googles access to consumer data. But court documents reveal the evidence came from Googles central scanning initiative, which had detected child porn images within the mans Picasa library. Google says it does not search the images indiscriminately, but performs automated searches searching for specific image fingerprints that have been flagged by law enforcement.

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