Google communications director Peter Barron and Microsoft's general manager of marketing and operations Nicola Hodson
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Google and Microsoft unite on child abuse image blocks

Internet search engine giants Google and Microsoft have jointly introduced measures to make finding child abuse images harder.

Google communications director Peter Barron and Microsoft's general manager of marketing and operations Nicola Hodson told the BBC's Rory Cellan-Jones that they would not censure other search subjects, but child abuse was "a case apart".

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