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APLE Cambodia trains national police on online child sexual abuse and exploitation

  • Hotlines
  • 14/08/2020
  • APLE Cambodia, the Cambodian Safer Internet Day (SID) Committee

With information partly gained through INHOPE trainings, and with financial aid from Terre des Hommes and Bread for the World, APLE Cambodia hotline analysts have provided the Anti-Human Trafficking Police of Cambodia and the Department of Anti-Cybercrime with trainings related to the investigation of online crimes related to the sexual exploitation of children.

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Polish hotline 2019 annual report and anniversary

  • Hotlines
  • 12/08/2020
  • Dyżurnet.pl, the Polish hotline

In 2020, Polish hotline Dyżurnet.pl celebrates its 15th anniversary.

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In the spotlight: Safer Internet Centre Netherlands

As part of the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) Quality Assurance Programme (QAP), the Insafe-INHOPE Coordination Teams are jointly conducting a set of ten country visits to national Safer Internet Centres (SICs) to better understand what is happening in the Member States: monitoring emerging issues and challenges, identifying good practices to be shared, and harvesting the results of the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) policy.

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Updates from the Finnish hotline

  • Hotlines
  • 31/07/2020
  • Save the Children Finland, the Finnish hotline

In Finland, in early July, the Ministry of Justice issued a draft to the Minister of Justice to suggest amendments to the Criminal Code regarding sexual offences.

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INHOPE releases 2019 annual report

2019 has been a year of growth in both size and strength for the INHOPE network, which saw the amount of child sexual abuse material (CSAM) processed by hotlines nearly double from 2017 to 2019.

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Commission adopts strategy for a more effective fight against child sexual abuse

Child sexual abuse is a growing threat, both online and offline. To counter this phenomenon, the European Commission (EC) adopted an EU strategy for a more effective fight against child sexual abuse on Friday, 24 August 2020.

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Flexibility is key – APLE Cambodia's online awareness campaigns during COVID-19

  • Hotlines
  • 23/07/2020
  • APLE Cambodia, the Cambodian Safer Internet Day (SID) Committee

In the midst of adversity, Action Pour Les Enfants (APLE) Cambodia is committed to overcome and adapt in order to stay focused on its most important goal: protecting children from online and offline sexual abuse and exploitation.

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ECPAT Sweden publishes report on harmful contact

  • Hotlines
  • 13/07/2020
  • ECPAT Sweden, the Swedish hotline

ECPAT Sweden's hotline has noticed that self-generated material involves increasingly younger children, some as young as seven years old.

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COVID-19 and INHOPE member hotlines

Strong and resilient, INHOPE member hotlines have continued the fight against child sexual abuse material (CSAM) online during the Coronavirus pandemic. Like many other sectors however, COVID 19 has had a significant impact on the work of hotlines. To classify illegal material and send the URLs to law enforcement or a hosting provider, hotlines have agreements with national authorities to allow them to review CSAM reports. To do this in a safe and secure manner, each hotline must have a secure area, available only to authorised staff. Illegal material can then only be reviewed through a computer with specific technical and physical security protocols in place. So, what do you do when you can't easily access hotline buildings due to a worldwide pandemic?

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In the spotlight: Safer Internet Centres in Estonia and Finland

As part of the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) Quality Assurance Programme (QAP), the Insafe-INHOPE Coordination Teams are jointly conducting a set of ten country visits to national Safer Internet Centres (SICs) to better understand what is happening in the Member States: monitoring emerging issues and challenges, identifying good practices to be shared, and harvesting the results of the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) policy. Exchange of good practices and identifying further opportunities for collaboration was also the focus of a cluster meeting organised between the Safer Internet Centres in Estonia and Finland on 9-10 December 2019, hosted at the Sofia Future Farm in Helsinki.

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