Google to spend $7 Million to help eradicate child pornography online
Google to spend $7 million to try and eradicate online pictures of child sexual abuse and research more effective ways to find, report and eradicate the images.
CNN is reporting that Google will spend $5 million on an effort to wipe pictures of child sexual abuse from the Web and another $2 million to research more effective ways to find, report and eradicate the images. Part of the $5 million will go to established child-protection groups that have been partnering with Google to fight the problem. They include the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Internet Watch Foundation. The Web giant also is creating the Child Protection Technology Fund to develop more efficient ways to fight child porn.