Microsoft helps spot child pornography on the Internet

"These photos live on the Internet forever and every time they are shared or viewed, the children in them are re-victimized. It’s not enough to stop the perpetrators. The real point is getting these images off the Internet.”

Brad Smith, Microsoft senior vice president and general counsel, speaking about a technology called PhotoDNA, that finds hidden copies of child pornography on the Internet.

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