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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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INHOPE’s vision is an internet free of Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) material online.
Through the fourth Safe Online investment round of $10 million, End Violence is making another significant contribution to the global fight against online child sexual exploitation and a (...)
Hashtags such as #cleankids #splishsplash #pottytraining #naptime are being used by sexual predators to find pictures of children, according to a new study by Child Rescue Coalition.
Spletno oko, the Slovenian hotline for reporting images of child sexual abuse and hate speech online, has published its annual report for 2019.
On 22 September, the Spletno oko hotline (part of Safer Internet Center Slovenia), Criminal Police Directorate of the General Police Directorate and the Association of Informatics and Te (...)
jugendschutz.net organized a Twitter chat in Germany on the sexual abuse of minors.
On 13th October, ECPAT Philippines and the Department of Information and Communications Technology - Cybercrime Investigation and Coordinating Center signed a Memorandum of Understandin (...)
For years, the Netherlands has been identified as a prime location for the hosting of child sexual abuse material (CSAM).
“It started with a ‘James’ who made a report to Red Barnet”. Michelle DeLaune and Lindsey Olson of the National Center For Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) opened the sessi (...)
On November 3rd 2020 in Lisbon, The Portuguese Association of Victim Support - APAV is holding the Conference ROAR: Challenges in providing support to victims of cybercrime.