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Apple shareholder urges action on CSAM videos

Apple investor Christian Brothers Investment Services is pressing the company to do more to combat the spread of child sexual abuse material (CSAM), with a specific eye on videos.Fund manager Jeff McCroy in August sent a letter to Apple pushing for action on CSAM videos, reports Bloomberg. The shareholder owned $271 million in company stock and debt as of Aug. 31.”The technology sector as a whole has been slow to address this important issue,” McCroy told the publication. He went on to say that companies should share artificial intelligence technologies and other tools to combat videos containing imagery of sexual violence, content that can spread rapidly across the internet. Read more…
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