CSAM | A terminology note

Words matter. What are we talking about? Serious crime, serious definition, INHOPE's partners at INTERPOL rightly say. 
 
 
The term 'child pornography' is still widely used in the context of legislation. INHOPE, its members and partners prefer using the term 'child sexual abuse material' often abbreviated as CSAM. Here is why. 
 
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