Microsoft announced that PhotoDNA will be packaged with Windows 8, and it's advertised purpose is to stop child pornography (good declared to the public intentions, however...) However, what do you think it will really be used for? I never trusted the cloud when I first heard about it, and, surprise! Stories come out of people who store their data onto the cloud and no longer have access to it! SkyDrive in particular is notorious and they publicly state they highly value their users' privacy, but if that were the case then how would they know anything that violated ToS was in there in the first place? And why should we assume that it was bad stuff the consumers who paid for the service had there instead of violating some arcane copyright law whose only existence is expanding corporate power?
Those who exchange liberty for security deserve neither, and isn't Chris Hanson doing a good enough job busting creeps? The FBI and even CIA have countless resources they use to go after those who supply wares that involve harming children. The site is based in a foreign country? Have a CIA agent pose as an IT specialists and mess with servers or a programmer and worm their servers down and make it look like the competition sent the worm. This doesn't involve violating decent people's privacy or Microsoft Trojan Horsing people with PhotoDNA and other wares under the pretext of protecting children.