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Findings from the Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s (C3P) survey of parents of child sexual abuse material survivors shed new light on how this crime significantly impacts entire families.
Thousands of young men and boys have been targeted by financial sextortion crimes in 2022.
C3P’s report found more than 500 students were sexually victimized (or allegedly victimized) by school personnel between 2017–2021.
This analysis looks at the numerous safety shortfalls found in Apple and Google®’s mobile app stores.
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Dr. Hany Farid — co-creator of PhotoDNA — discusses his views on the proactive detection of CSAM, encryption, and the
technology industry’s opportunity to prioritize platform-wide CSAM prevention.
C3P explores what the Tor browser is, how it works, how it is used, and how it leads to the distribution of CSAM.
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