The company said it had no choice but to make such a decision because the new privacy directive prohibits automatic scanning of private information. But the change only applies to instant messaging services, not to all content uploaded to Facebook. But Facebook said the change would not happen in the UK. < / P > < p > however, few companies can handle such a large amount of private information as Facebook. The company not only runs its own instant messaging service, but also has instagram. < / P > < p > it was reported last week that the implementation of the protocol would restrict some functions of communication applications. Now, the impact on child protection tools is also beginning to work. “Neither the European Union nor one of the largest and most powerful technology companies in the world can find a way out of it,” says John Carr of the Internet security alliance, a children’s charity. It’s a very sad day for children in Europe. If privacy laws can be used to make it easier for paedophiles to contact children, or to make it easier for people to disseminate or store photos of children being raped, then we are moving into a very strange world. ” < / P > < p > the new rules update long-standing privacy protocols and now cover other forms of information delivery, such as email and online chat. This has had the unintended effect of prohibiting the design of advanced tools for identification. In response, Anna Edmundson, NSPCC policy director, said the ability of technology companies to scan such content was the “foundation” of protection. < / P > < p > in October, the European Council said it was aware of problems in detecting content related to child abuse. “Providers will not be able to continue to take such actions unless legislative measures are urgently passed and take effect by December 21, 2020,” the October press release warned < / P > < p > as a result, “the European Commission (EC) and child safety experts say the directive does not provide a legal basis for these tools” – facebook wrote in a blog post explaining the issue, “the safety of our community is of paramount importance, and we call for changes so that we can re-establish our efforts to identify such materials.” < / P > < p > the social networking site added that it could not estimate how many people or messages would be affected, in part because low tech solutions were still an option. Children or adults can still send inappropriate information and report it for investigation, and there are some basic security measures, such as restrictions on adults sending information to children they don’t know. < / P > < p > but Facebook’s WhatsApp is not subject to these restrictions because messages on the platform are end-to-end encrypted and cannot be scanned in any case. < / P > < p > Facebook and other big Internet companies have not yet revealed how many alerts a controversial EU data privacy law can stop, but experts have solved the problem. It is said that “gta5” will be launched on Google cloud game platform stadia