Microsoft is reportedly working with other tech companies such as Google, Twitter and Facebook in an effort to get rid of child abuse images from websites via Microsoft's PhotoDNA software.
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Microsoft has announced that it will offer its PhotoDNA image matching software for free to law enforcement officials in a new partnership to help them combat child pornography.