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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Could new software help stop child porn online?

Microsoft has come up with a new program that, basically, tracks down child pornography online. Most online searches are based on text. Even when you search for a photo online, you're usually searching for words and captions associated with that text. The new Microsoft program, though, scans images and generates a "mathematical pattern" and finds other instances on the Internet.

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