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Apple last week unveiled new features aimed at combating child sex abuse. The changes are being celebrated by families of sexual abuse survivors. But privacy advocates are fighting to stop it. Apple hide caption

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Survivors Laud Apple's New Tool To Spot Child Sex Abuse But The Backlash Is Growing

Apple's new feature to fight child sexual abuse is encouraging to families of survivors. But privacy advocates are trying to convince Apple to drop its plans, fearing they could lead to surveillance.

Disco Kid Chaz Bundick Meets The Mattson 2
1987 Lucy in Disguise

Three Mexican farmers, called chinamperos, navigate a trajinera, a small traditional boat of the area, through water canals on Xochimilco Lake, Mexico, in June. Victoria Razo for NPR hide caption

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Taking In Mexico City's History By Canoe And Bike

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La Jura (Prelude) Chicano Batman
Night by Night Chromeo
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Country artist George Birge heard Erynn Chambers' TikTok satirizing the stereotypical country songs written by men versus women and turned it into a radio hit. Dustin Haney/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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How A Joke TikTok About Country Music Stereotypes Hit The Radio

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Survivors Laud Apple's New Tool To Spot Child Sex Abuse But The Backlash Is Growing

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Dirty Harry Gorillaz & Bootie Brown
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