Tony Navarrete he Must have Owned a New iPhone
Who would have guessed?
Apple is prying into iPhones to find sexual predators, but privacy activists worry governments could weaponize the feature.
Imagine Apple's A.I. thinks photos of your kids or wife are pornography and sends them off to a cheep data center in a foreign country for review and that data centre gets hacked... Would Tim Cook get charged for distributing child pornography or would you be charged for an innocent picture that got hacked after being misidentified and shared by Apple's A.I. from a phone that you spent a $1,000 on?