Brussels defends its online child sexual abuse law as ‘legally solid’ following privacy criticism

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The European Commissioner for Home Affairs on Sunday defended her proposal to clamp down on child sexual abuse online as “well-reasoned” and “legally solid” following criticism from data protection watchdogs. The Commission unveiled its Better Internet for Kids strategy in May. The plan would require social media platforms or communication providers to pro-actively look for Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) shared online and to automatically share it with national authorities and a new EU expertise centre. Tech companies would also be forced to monitor encrypted content, which many experts im…

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