The topics here are social credit and personal finance. This is off those precise topics, more on the issue of privacy. Of course if the present topic eventually has any validity, years hence, they will need to invade your privacy in order to calculate your social credit score and mess with your personal finance options, should they believe it’s what you deserve. But for now:
Nobody posting here, least of all myself, supports child abuse. But apparently Apple has arrogated unto itself the role of child protector, in pursuit of which goal they will invade your iPhone.
Sure, everyone agrees protection of kids is of paramount importance. But what about later when they invade your iPhone on a pretext about which there is not universal agreement? On matters, for example, relating to your personal finance options.
My own solution to this privacy invasion:
There are no images, and there is no personal information financial or otherwise, stored on my land line. Also Apple does not have access, and they never will.