INHOPE Annual Summit 2019
- INHOPE (International Association of Internet Hotlines)
The second annual INHOPE Summit, Emma's Journey, took place in Facebook's Menlo Park HQ in California in June 2019. It brought together representatives from the technology sector, the US Department of Justice, child advocates from both sides of the Atlantic, and law enforcement, to highlight the critical work that the INHOPE network of hotlines does every day.
- How the INHOPE network of hotlines supports all the Emma's that are being abused or have been abused and rescued every day.
- Reporting and assessment - what steps are taken by the INHOPE network of hotlines.
- The role that INHOPE and ICCAM play in preventing the revictimisation of Emma.
- How does the Crisp external, extended intelligence approach help prevent the revictimisation of Emma?
- Rescuing Emma through collaboration: INTERPOL, ICCAM, ICSE database and Police2Peer.
- INHOPE's impact.
- INHOPE's impact in police efforts to expediate the rescue of Emma (AviaTor).
The AviaTor project began in January 2019 with project partners from ZiuZ Forensics, Web IQ, the German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence, the National Police of the Netherlands, the Belgian Federal Police and INHOPE.
- INHOPE (International Association of Hotlines)
Online distribution of child sexual abuse material (CSAM) is a rapidly expanding global problem and the INHOPE network is at the lead in facing this challenge. INHOPE is a global network of hotlines combating online CSAM with 46 hotlines in 41 countries. Hotlines enable the public to report online material, including potential CSAM, that they suspect to be illegal. The hotline will review and investigate each report. If confirmed as illegal, they work with partner hotlines in the network, law enforcement and industry to get the content removed, as rapidly as possible, from the internet.
INHOPE and its extensive network of member hotlines work to eliminate online child sexual abuse material (CSAM). During Safer Internet Forum (SIF) 2018, Fred Langford, Deputy CEO of the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) and INHOPE President, and Peter-Paul Urlaub, consultant at eco complaints office and INHOPE Board Member, gave a presentation on the journey of a report on CSAM.