How Netsweeper and Project Arachnid Tackle Online Child Exploitation

Originally published July 25, 2019 and updated November 16, 2020. The Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) launched Project Arachnid in January 2017 as a response to the proliferation of child sexual abuse material witnessed by Cybertip.ca. Project Arachnid plays an important part in eliminating online child exploitation by detecting known images and videos of

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How Netsweeper and Project Arachnid Tackle Online Child Exploitation

How Netsweeper and Project Arachnid Tackle Online Child Exploitation The Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) launched Project Arachnid in January 2017 as a response to the proliferation of child sexual abuse material witnessed by Cybertip.ca. Project Arachnid plays an important part in eliminating online child exploitation by detecting known images and videos of child

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Understanding the Impact of Social Media on Online Child Sexual Exploitation 

In the age of digital connectivity, the internet has become an integral part of our daily lives, especially for children and adolescents. With the proliferation of social media platforms and instant messaging apps, young individuals now have unprecedented access to information, communication, and creative expression. However, alongside these benefits lies a sinister reality: the exploitation

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Netsweeper and WeProtect Global Alliance: Empowering the Fight Against Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Online

In 2022 alone, more than 32 million reports of suspected child sexual exploitation were reported by online platforms to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children’s CyberTipline, and that number is growing. Of those 32 million reports received, over 99.5% of them regarded incidents of suspected CSAM.   In today’s digital age, the internet has provided

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Senate Hearing on Child Online Safety: Tech CEOs Under Scrutiny 

In a high-stakes Senate hearing, the CEOs of major social media platforms, including Linda Yaccarino of X (formerly Twitter), Shou Chew of TikTok, Evan Spiegel of Snap, and Mark Zuckerberg of Meta (which owns Facebook and Instagram), were called to testify about the measures they are taking to protect children online. This hearing, led by

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