Apple Delays Plans To Combat Child Exploitation Images

Apple CEO Tim Cook is photographed at the 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Cook will take the witness stand Friday to defend the Apple App Store against charges that it has grown into an illegal monopoly, one far more profitable than his predecessor Steve Jobs ever envisioned.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is photographed at the 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Cook will take the witness stand Friday to defend the Apple App Store against charges that it has grown into an illegal monopoly, one far more profitable than his predecessor Steve Jobs ever envisioned.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is photographed at the 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Cook will take the witness stand Friday to defend the Apple App Store against charges that it has grown into an illegal monopoly, one far more profitable than his predecessor Steve Jobs ever envisioned.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is photographed at the 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Cook will take the witness stand Friday to defend the Apple App Store against charges that it has grown into an illegal monopoly, one far more profitable than his predecessor Steve Jobs ever envisioned.

Apple Delays Plans To Combat Child Exploitation Images

Apple became the first tech giant to say it would try to eliminate images of child abuse on its products, but the plans raised privacy and security concerns.

Reset talks with a reporter about why Apple has shelved its plans for now.

GUEST: Reed Albergotti, Washington Post consumer electronics reporter