Ah, the old “for every child matters september 30 shirt the children” excuse. Not buying it. This would be the another tool for authoritarian regimes to violate whatever’s left of our privacy. Ah, the old “for the children” excuse. Not buying it. This would be the another tool for authoritarian regimes to violate whatever’s left of our privacy. So if I have understood this, Apple creates a hash of every picture on an iPhone/Pad and compares it to a list of known image hashes of inappropriate images. So far so good. Noone is actually looking at your images. Here are my concerns 1, it says that they can search for similar but edited pictures, but the way hashes work, even the smallest changes create completely different hashes. 2, if the government can provide a list of image hashes for indecent images they can provide a list of hashes for anything they want to search for. I’m not saying the current government would, but what about the next government or the one after that. 3, remember when Apple wouldn’t comply with a court order to unlock a phone so it could be investigated by law enforcement agencies? Are Apple now making them selves a law enforcement agency and deciding which laws to prosecute. This doesn’t sound legal. I don’t think searching through people’s stuff without at least a reasonable initial suspicion would be allowed, though it would have to be taken to court to set precedent since it’s in digital format and so may not be covered as of yet as personal belongings and property. The phone itself is hard copy personal property though, at least if it’s paid for. BBC.
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Opening pandoras box….. and big brother surveillance. Oh, you don’t think offenders will bypass this with drive enabled encryption? I applaud. Apple for this stance but the reality is going to be far tougher. I can see this as one way of forcing people to give up their civil liberties. Wait for the backlash! It will get messy. Not really something to laugh at either. …. not a joke. Instantly paranoid it won’t be able to tell between something terrible and my daughter running around potty training. The road to hell was paved with good intentions. Where I love the idea of catching pedophiles, the whole idea is a cause for concern. This will be abused. When and by who, that remains to be seen, but I have a feeling of absolute certainty that this tech will be abused. On its own, that’s great. But I wonder what governments could also get them to scan for, or are already getting them to scan for? Say you live in Hong Kong, for example. They shouldn’t be able to do that without probable cause. Private corporation or government agencies should be required to have a search warrant no matter how noble the reason or cause. I think it’s reckless to think that big tech hasn’t already been doing this, we use their technology everyday the information must be accessible from a single server somewhere. The thing is how much of their privacy policies will they be in breach of if they admit they look at your personal information. This will be a touchy subject for many but I believe no one should lose their freedom of privacy this would have to be managed well… which it won’t.
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