Yes, Securly stores a blurred out a low - resolution copy of the nude images flagged by its AI engines. Note that the blurring ensures that facial recognition of the individuals in the flagged images is impossible. At the same time, it allows only the IT admin to view the flagged images and verify their appropriateness without revealing the content explicitly. These saved images serve the same purpose as flagged emails or social networking posts that are stored and shared with IT admins. Securly does not share images with any individual other than the email ID specified for receiving flagged activity alert emails.
Does Securly store images that are flagged as nude?
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