Apple blasted over lack of child exploitation prevention days after scrapping controversial CSAM plan


The world’s first-ever report from Australia’s eSafety Commissioner says that companies including Apple are not doing enough to tackle child sexual exploitation on platforms like iOS and iCloud, just days after Apple announced plans to scrap a controversial child sexual abuse material scanning tool. 

The commission sent legal notices to Apple, Meta (Facebook and Instagram), WhatsApp, Microsoft, Skype, Snap, and Omegle earlier this year, which requires companies to answer detailed questions on how they are tackling child sexual exploitation on their platforms under new government powers. 


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