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's cloud storage locker, SkyDrive, has faced privacy concerns before, but another a new incident is raising new concerns over just how 'private' the 'private' cloud really is.
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.