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Online Child Safety

Safety is everyone's responsibility.
A combined effort from key stakeholders is needed to make a difference.

 

Regulatory approaches to Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) are not a stand-alone solution.

The distribution and consumption of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) in the digital world is an enormous problem: one that individuals, platforms, non-profits, law enforcement, and regulatory agencies are struggling to address.

Legislation like the recent EARN IT bill indicates an effort to address the CSAM issue, however, this type of legislation is fundamentally flawed. The current regulatory response to CSAM is flawed in ways that render it ineffective, including:

  • Incident reporting systems
  • Lack of transparency
  • Law enforcement funding
  • Regulatory barriers

Download the white paper “Challenges to the Online Child Safety Ecosystem” to learn more about the regulatory response to CSAM, and how it can be improved.

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Learn more about the regulatory response to CSAM, and how it can be improved