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Hashes will be created from images that IWF analysts have assessed, regardless of whether they was sourced from a public report, a report from the online industry, an image actively found by the charity's analysts, or an image from the Home Office's new Child Abuse Image Database.
Over two years, self-styled “King of the Castle” Mc Bain shared 200,000 indecent images via the chat room while Buckley posted links to more than 30,000 indecent images, the Old Bailey heard.
Mc Bain, from Balham, south London, pleaded guilty to 10 charges relating to the distribution of indecent images while Buckley, of Goole, East Yorkshire, who posed as a woman online, admitted a single charge of conspiring to distribute images with him.
The NSPCC welcomed the online industry taking a "more pro-active role" but warned there was more to be done to "strangle the life out of this sordid trade".
The move will help prevent images of abuse from being uploaded to the internet in the first place, giving companies the power to stop people from sharing images on their services.