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Child Sexual Abuse Material consumption is considered as the viewing or downloading of any images or videos that show a child engaged in or depicted as being engaged in explicit sexual activity. Contact offences are those which involve direct contact of a sexual nature with a child.
Prevention initiatives exist globally to tackle both.
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Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) is the evidence of a crime that has taken place. Investigators and victim identification specialists use this evidence to work out information about th (...)
On September 2nd, Hotline.ie, the Irish national centre combatting illegal content online (est. 1999), has launched a new online service and reporting portal aimed at helping young peopl (...)
Peer-to-peer networks, commonly referred to as P2P networks, are a network of computers in which resources can be shared without requiring a separate server computer. All computers in th (...)
In June 2021, the Australian Government’s Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement agreed to inquire into, and report on, law enforcement capabilities in relation to child expl (...)
Within the framework of its Digital Citizenship Programme, Telefono Azzurro will shortly present the results of new research carried out in cooperation with Doxa Kids on children’s rig (...)
The Film and Publication Board (FPB), content regulator in South Africa, notched up another successful conviction of a Child Sexual Abuse Material suspect. Working with law enforcement, (...)
Law Enforcement has more time to focus on victim identification and rescue when they use AviaTor. A tool that guarantees prioritisation of NCMEC reports and streamlines the process for o (...)
The ESCAPE project, funded by End Violence Against Children (EVAC) represents INHOPE's vision to put an eco-system in place ensuring that every industry stakeholder and each member of th (...)
Launched in 2015 by the WePROTECT Global Alliance, the Model National Response provides countries with a theoretical framework for coordinating a national response to online child sexual (...)
In our recently released Annual Report, we stated that websites have replaced image hosting sites as the site type on which INHOPE member hotlines most commonly find Child Sexual Abuse M (...)