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NYC362 said:Come on already. Google and Facebook have been doing this for years. Suddenly when Apple wants to do the same thing, everyone gets twisted.
It is just like the 1000 gas powered cars that will catch on fire get not a work of national attention, but one Tesla goes up in flames and there's a world wide news bulletin like it's the end of the world.
That article is an argument against Apple, not in favor of. Since they are already performing that scan on their servers, what is the point in injecting another mechanism into the device itself? I have no authority on iCloud servers, those are Apple's property, but I have authority on my device and I don't want it to be used to inspect me. This is not different than planting a camera into your house to monitor if you abuse your children or your wife.
In a matter of time Siri always listening can be use to monitor potential abuses* she hears and Face ID is always watching you now.
crowley said:Android is welcome to them.