The Gaggle APS is a key factor in increasing student safety online

San Diego, CA (June 22, 2012) – The subject of pornography is not a common topic of conversation in the K-12 industry, but Gaggle is changing that at ISTE 2012 with talk of their Anti-Pornography Scanner (APS).

The APS is a sophisticated tool used to detect pornography in electronic communications and on websites. The scanner looks at embedded and attached images and URL’s to determine whether an image is pornographic. In 2010, Gaggle set out on a major effort to improve the accuracy of the APS and reduce the incidents...

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