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Investigation and Possible Consequences
If you fire up a new feature on Snapchat you can see exactly what your neighbors are up to, and some of it is quite shocking. What has privacy experts concerned is the fact that those photos appear on a map from the exact location where they were taken. While trying out the feature we found some pretty disturbing images posted from people's homes. One shot of what looks like pounds of illegal marijuana was clearly uploaded from a home in Monroe. When the spot is clicked the video appears showing the owner's illegal inventory of pot. Another series of videos shows girls near Newburgh in tight shirts grabbing each others' breasts.
But even more alarming is that Bing will suggest related keywords and images that provide pedophiles with more child pornography. Following an anonymous tip, TechCrunch commissioned a report from online safety startup AntiToxin to investigate. The results were alarming. Bing searches can return illegal child abuse imagery. AntiToxin is closely supervised by legal counsel and works in conjunction with Israeli authorities to perform this research and properly hand its findings to law enforcement. And even people not seeking this kind of disgusting imagery could be led to it by Bing.
That has been much ado lately about child pornography — and the firestorm against this abominable practice is well deserved. There is very little that can offend the minds of most people as quickly and thoroughly as the prospect of children being sexually exploited by adults. Our instinct to protect our children, our nieces and nephews, or grandchildren, our cousins, often come pouring out with righteous purpose when we hear of yet another pervert who has been arrested for possessing child pornography. I have written about the sad prevalence of children being sexually exploited on more than one occasion myself, because the topic is quite worthy of outrage. But consider the case of Billy Miller, an Illinois National Guard soldier stationed in Afghanistan who has been charged with possessing child pornography and faces court martial because of photos discovered on his computer.