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Apple implemented a hash based Client-Side scanning of images on iPhones last year. The purported reason is to catch those with illegal images. Now here we are a year later with unintended consequences for this very bad decision. Well, not a bad decision for Intelligence agencies. But very bad for all the users of any Apple or even potentially Google phones. Understand the implications of this. Apple cannot take this technology back. Since it's been revealed to governments that it was completed, then all governments have to do is demand access. And we will never know if anything is happening quietly. Bruce Schneier Take on Client-Side Scanning Oh, are you enjoying those Airtags? Merch Store (See the de-Googled shirt I was wearing)
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