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Netsweeper embraces the many associations, affiliations and memberships associated with the web filtering market, as well as broader associations relevant to our business.

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alt Becta (British Educational Communications and Technology Agency) was a UK group which sets performance standards and supports UK education departments with their deployment Internet resources in schools. Their goal is to provide leadership in the innovative and effective use of technology to transform teaching and learning. (archived website) (Wikipedia)
alt Broadband Multimedia Marketing Association (BMMA) is a non-profit organization formed to enhance the business prospects of vendors and service providers in the wireless broadband and DSL services ("broadband") industry. By working together in certain areas, broadband providers focus on growing the industry collectively and create an environment that allows each company to compete for its share of the larger overall market. (website)
alt Formed in 1996, Canadian Association of Internet Providers (CAIP)'s mission is to foster the growth of a healthy and competitive Internet service industry in Canada through collective and cooperative action on Canadian and international issues of mutual interest. CAIP membership comprises of commercial Internet service providers ("ISP's") and enterprises interested or involved, directly or indirectly, in the industry of Internet service provisioning. (website)
alt Communitech is a member-based organization driving the growth and success of Waterloo Region's technology sector through leadership, connections and promotion. The community association boasts over 350 members including names in the global technology industry, like Research In Motion, Open Text and COM DEV. But equally as important are the start-up and growing enterprises, the investors, service firms, educational institutions and governments that boldly support the growth of all business in the community. (website)
alt GetNetWise is a public service formed by Internet industry corporations and public interest organizations to help ensure that Internet users have safe, constructive, and educational or entertaining online experiences. The GetNetWise coalition wants Internet users to be just "one click away" from the resources they need to make informed decisions about their and their family's use of the Internet. (website)
alt Netsweeper has recognized and partnered with iCAP (Internet Content Adaptation Protocol). The iCAP Forum is designed to offer enhanced services and applications to networks. (website)
alt Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) is the voice of the Canadian information and communications technologies (ICT) industry in all sectors including telecommunications and Internet services, ICT consulting services, hardware, microelectronics, software and electronic content. (website)
alt The Internet Industry Association (IIA) is Australia's national Internet industry organisation. The IIA currently has over 200 members, including telecommunications carriers, content creators and publishers, web developers, e-commerce traders and solutions providers, hardware vendors, systems integrators, banks, insurance underwriters, technology law firms, ISPs, educational institutions, research analysts, and those providing professional and technical support services. Netsweeper is proud to be a member of Australia's Internet Industry Association. (website)
alt The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) is the only authorised organisation in the UK operating an Internet 'hotline' for the public and IT professionals to report their exposure to potentially illegal content online. The goal of the IWF is to minimize the availability of potentially illegal Internet content, specifically: Netsweeper is very proud to be an associate member of the IWF. (website)
alt Kinsa’s vision is to create a global safety net that protects every child everywhere from online exploitation. Their mission is to protect, rescue and heal child victims of abuse whose images are shared on the Internet. Netsweeper CEO Perry Roach is on the board of directors for KINSA. (website)