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Why the Islamic State Leaves Tech Companies Torn Between Free Speech and Security

Quotes Hany Farid, professor of computer science, on the potential of the software Microsoft PhotoDNA to help flag terror-related propaganda. The software, co-developed by Farid, is currently licensed to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children to identify images of child pornography. "The technology is extremely powerful, but it's also limited," Farid says. "You can only find images that you've already found before."

Read the full story, published 7/16/2015 in The Washington Post

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