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Curbing Terrorist Content Online

Today, Cloudinary is proud to announce that it has joined The Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT), to help fight the spread of terrorist and violent extremist content on the Internet. The forum was established by Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube in mid-2017. Cloudinary will contribute to the hash-sharing database, which all contributing companies can use to help identify and block terrorist related images and videos upon upload.

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Automatically moderate your user uploaded images

Allowing your users to upload their own images to your website can increase user engagement, retention and monetization. However, allowing your users to upload any image they want to, may lead to some of your users uploading inappropriate images to your application. These images may offend other users or even cause your site to violate standards or regulations.

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Image moderation made easy using cloud-based UI & API

Many websites and mobile apps today allow their visitors to share their own photos. Users upload their profile images to dating sites, photos of their personal belongings to second hand market websites and real estate billboards. Users share their personal photos on social networks, and upload images to their favorite e-commerce websites, showcasing and reviewing their latest purchases.

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