Apple defends child protection features over privacy concerns

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San Francisco (AFP) – Apple on Friday defended new child protection features that would check images uploaded to its cloud storage and on its messaging platform, rejecting concerns the updates pose threats to privacy. “We can see that it’s been widely misunderstood,” the US tech giant’s software chief Craig Federighi said of the update rollout in an interview with the Wall Street Journal published Friday. Last week, Apple unveiled two features to debut on iPads and iPhones in the United States. One can identify child sexual abuse images uploaded to its iCloud storage, while the other uses mach…

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