Paradoxically, social media users often do not want their chats to be policed.
An example is Digg, a social news site on which people can vote web content up or down, called “digging” and “burying”, respectively.
Not only that, analysts also believe that such control can negatively impact a site’s membership.
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The program flags conversations like these for possible action.
While this is good news to parents who want to protect their children against online sexual predators, the same scanning activity has sent off warning bells with privacy advocates.
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