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The European Commission has been addressing the evolving needs of internet safety through a succession of Safer Internet funding programmes running from 1999 to 2013.
Long-term supporters of INHOPE, UK-based Crisp have recently entered into an enhanced relationship as a Silver Partner.
Strong and resilient, INHOPE member hotlines have continued the fight against child sexual abuse material (CSAM) online during the Coronavirus pandemic.
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In 2019 Italy recorded 8,331 claims of missing minors, of which 5,376 were foreign children.
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The Bulgarian Hotline processed 10 000 reports in 2019.
On Safer Internet Day 2020 a Focus Group took place exploring the topic of how Artificial Intelligence can be used by Internet hotlines to identify and remove Child Sexual Abuse Material (...)