Hotline & Network Updates
Point de Contact's Involvement in Government-led Projects
The French Prime Minister, alongside around ten ministers, presented the national plan against racism, anti-Semitism and origin-based discrimination for the years 2023-2026. Jean Christophe le Toquin, President of Point de Contact, took the floor to represent the French hotline and to support the objective of fighting online hate.
Indeed, Point de Contact is pleased to be mentioned in this new plan as a "one-stop shop" to facilitate the processing of content reported to the authorities, to better remove it and bring offenders to justice. The association will play its full part in this plan, to make its legal and technical expertise available to associations involved in the fight against hate, in a collaborative and innovative way to calm the digital space down.
Laboratory for Online Child Protection
Launched on November 10th by the President of the Republic, the French Laboratory for Online Child Protection aims to address relevant topics for the improvement of the digital environment of children. For this first plenary meeting, the Minister Delegate in charge of Digital Transition and Telecommunications, Jean-Noël Barrot, the Secretary of State in charge of Children, Charlotte Caubel, as well as the Digital Ambassador, Henri Verdier, recalled the high-level political commitment to this initiative. initiative.
Point de Contact, along with its partner TRALALERE-Internet Sans Crainte, presented their collaborative project, bringing together more than 30 partners from the digital ecosystem: a real "coalition of the willing", NGOs and companies, to concretely combat the violation of minors' intimate content.
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