MICROSOFT, NETCLEAN AIM TO STOP CHILD PORNOGRAPHY BY BRINGING PHOTODNA TECH TO LAW ENFORCEMENT
Microsoft is trying to do its part to stop the proliferation of child pornography on theInternet with the company's PhotoDNA technology, which helps find and remove some of the worstimages of child sexual exploitation from the web. The software is already used by theNational Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) along with Facebook and should berolled out across Bing, Hotmail and Skydrive soon. Redmond has partnered with Net Clean tomake PhotoDNA image matching tech available to police and law enforcement at no cost.
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