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It's Crazy How Just One Heckler Encouraged So Many People To Help Out This Stranger

Sometimes getting involved in other people's business is the right thing to do. I like to think I'd do the same if I were in this line at the grocery store.

It's Crazy How Just One Heckler Encouraged So Many People To Help Out This Stranger
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Apple has taken a huge step towards protecting children by announcing its new plan to scan iPhone photos for images of child abuse. The company will use a "neural match" system to scan photographs and if anything looks suspicious, a human at Apple will be notified to review the images and contact the authorities if necessary.

According to Apple, the new system will "continuously scan photos that are stored on a US user's iPhone and have also been uploaded to its iCloud back-up system."

The system is designed to protect users' privacy by scanning photos without making private communications readable by the company.

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