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IWF shares 'hash list' with web giants to flush out child sex abuse images online


Avoid using mechanisms that have proven weaknesses for one thing.

And have some well established way of dealing with errors that doesn't leave webmasters at the mercy of such systems with no way of appealing mistakes (as appears to have happened with internet filtering).

I'm not objecting to this happening, I just object to this continual lack of consideration of what should happen when things go wrong (as they inevitably do eventually). Nobody ever seems to face any consequences and as a result the same sorts of mistakes are made again and again.

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