Threats to users of adult websites have decreased in 2018, compared to the previous year, with 650,000 users facing attacks from online resources, a drop of 36% from 2017 when more than a million attacks were recorded, a study claims.
Google's much-vaunted artificial intelligence has been shown up as flaky again, judging by the fact that it recently flagged an article in iTWire for what it said was a violation of its AdSense policy and then quickly backtracked.
The UK has put off till "later in the year" the implementation of an age verification system for limiting access to pornography websites by its citizens.
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