INHOPE announces its Annual INHOPE Summit is to be hosted online
Our third annual INHOPE Summit will take place online. The Virtual Conference will be on 22-23 September. This year’s INHOPE Summit is centered around how we all have a role in the fight against Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM). We will look at past cases, deliver industry presentations, provide technology demonstrations to together fighting crime in the 21st Century.
Join the INHOPE Summit 2020!
Since the first INHOPE Summit in 2018, INHOPE has seen unprecedented growth in the establishment of hotlines in Latin America and Asia. Currently INHOPE has 46 members hotlines around the globe, ensuring that ‘James’ can report online CSAM wherever he is in the world, so that it can be removed and investigated.
Who is the INHOPE Summit for?
National and international telecommunications companies and internet, tech and other industry, a variety of global brands, as well as international LEAs and other stakeholders including tech specialists, policy experts, company leaders and decision makers, CSR and sustainable development leads.
What are the goals of the INHOPE Summit?
Knowledge sharing with industry stakeholders; a forum for technical/product managers to exchange ideas to fight CSAM; a platform for discussions on the importance of collaboration with law enforcement; insight on how our member hotlines provide actionable intelligence to law enforcement; understanding the importance of the prevention of revictimisation and creating a safer online experience for all.
We need you, James needs you, and the victims of this crime need you. To support INHOPE and help achieve an internet free of CSAM. To learn more about the INHOPE Summit – click here
INHOPE is the global network combatting online Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM). The Network consists of 46 hotlines in 42 countries that provide the public with a way to anonymously report illegal content online with a focus on CSAM. INHOPE is based in the Netherlands and our member Hotlines operate in all EU member states, Russia, South Africa, North & South America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. In a borderless digital world, CSAM has global consequences. As CSAM increases, so do our efforts and those of our partners to combat it, aided by funding from the European Commission under the Better Internet for Kids Programme. Join us in the fight!
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We need you, James needs you, and the victims of this crime need you too. Support INHOPE and help achieve an internet free of CSAM.'