The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) was created in 2000 to help limit a child’s access to obscene or harmful content. It specifically restricts websites accessed by schools or libraries that benefit from the E-rate program. It also requires that they set internet safety policies and address the safety of minors' email, chat rooms, and other forms of online communication.
While regulations can be effective in helping to promote online child safety, they are not a complete resolution in themselves. Such a widespread, complex, and critical issue requires a multidisciplinary approach using the best of technological solutions, thought leadership, and platform innovation to create actionable insights and real solutions to online child safety.
One of the most effective emerging solutions to online child safety is contextual AI. Contextual AI can interpret contextual cues that other technological solutions miss. It can also be used for content moderation on various media, including text, voice, and chat, and in several different languages.
Spectrum Labs provides AI-powered behavior identification models, content moderation tools, and services to help Trust & Safety professionals safeguard user experience from today's threats, and anticipate those that are coming. Because every company has different needs for content moderation, Spectrum Labs has specialized expertise in gaming, dating, social networks, and marketplaces.
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