This month, we are inviting online platforms and communities of all sizes to commit to returning the Internet to a place of healthy connection, free from hate speech, harassment, predators and trolls — beyond just the hashtags of a single day. This collection of content outlines our effort to transform #SaferInternetDay into #SaferInternetDecade.’
#SaferInternet Day: A Look at Dating App Safety
Dating apps: they're a great way to connect with potential dates that you might not otherwise meet on your own, expanding your pool of potential dates and increasing the odds that you'll find that special someone to share your life with. They also pose a unique set of dangers.
What we’re doing to make #SaferInternetDay more like #SaferInternetDecade
We’re calling on companies to Pledge 1% more for Trust and Safety, launching a survey to collect Trust & Safety best practices across industries, and inviting members of online communities worldwide to share their thoughts on internet safety.
The History of #SaferInternetDay
Those passionate about stoping human trafficking need to understand traffickers: who are they and what are their motivations. This post summarizes typical characteristics of traffickers, highlights some infamous ones, and digs into their motives.
Episode 4: How Predators Use Online Communities to Find and Traffic Kids ft. Jo Lembo, Shared Hope Int’l
This January, is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention month. In support, we sat down with Jo Lembo of Shared Hope International to learn how online communities can unknowingly help perpetrators find and exploit victims.