Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Aug 6, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, August 6, 2014

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Web traffic to Android is higher than iOS for the first time in history, showing that Android users are getting more engaged with their devices. Does this mean developers will ditch iOS in favor of Android? Or is it just a minor embarrassment for Apple? Then, Stephen Balkam, Founder and CEO of the Family Online Safety Institute, talks about Google’s responsibilities to report instances of child pornography, and the difference between monitoring and scanning when it comes to these images.

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Google's email filtering in the spotlight

Aug 6, 2014
Focus centers on Google's program to scan emails for images of child exploitation.
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Web traffic to Android is higher than iOS for the first time in history, showing that Android users are getting more engaged with their devices. Does this mean developers will ditch iOS in favor of Android? Or is it just a minor embarrassment for Apple? Then, Stephen Balkam, Founder and CEO of the Family Online Safety Institute, talks about Google’s responsibilities to report instances of child pornography, and the difference between monitoring and scanning when it comes to these images.

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