Google plans to wipe child porn from the Web


Dara Kerr
CNet
June 17, 2013

The search giant is creating a database of images depicting child exploitation — to be shared with tech companies, law enforcement, and charities — in order to scrub the images from the Internet.

Photos and videos of child pornography on the Web have multiplied at an alarming rate over the past few years. In 2011, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children said it received 17.3 million images and videos of suspected child abuse, which is four times more than 2007.

Google has announced that it wants to help curb this proliferation of child pornography. In fact, the Web giant plans to take it even a step further — it wants to completely eradicate child porn from the Internet.

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