This is society’s chronic Internet-induced headache: We’ve opened up the world, and that comes with horrors as well as wonders.
But the spike also represents an increase in successful policing by platforms — which is better news.
The Times found that even companies that do have access to top-tier technology for scanning content for abuse often choose not to use it.
The photographed and filmed abuse of children is unquestionably reprehensible, and it’s also unquestionably illegal.
Platforms’ ability to take on this task will say much about their ability to take on all the others.

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