Apple’s child protection features, which the company had announced last month, have now been delayed by the tech giant owing to criticism that the changes could diminish user privacy. According to The Verge, the outcry was regarding one of the features that would scan users’ photos for child sexual abuse material (CSAM). The changes had earlier been scheduled to roll out later this year. The release detailed three major changes in the works. One change to Search and Siri would point to resources to prevent CSAM if a user searched for information related to it. The other two changes came under more significant scrutiny.