Google changes its appeals process for accounts flagged as containing CSAM; the content deemed exploitative will still be removed from Google and reported (Kashmir Hill/New York Times)

Google changes its appeals process for accounts flagged as containing CSAM; the content deemed exploitative will still be removed from Google and reported (Kashmir Hill/New York Times)


Kashmir Hill / New York Times:

Google changes its appeals process for accounts flagged as containing CSAM; the content deemed exploitative will still be removed from Google and reported  —  People who upload images of children that Google flags as potentially illegal will be able to provide more context to appeal bans.

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