Why the Government Offices of Sweden have taken a stand
Since 2011, the Government Offices of Sweden have tools in place to detect child sexual abuse material. Hear Jens Storberget, Head of IT Information security at the Government Offices, in an interview from the event #skillnadpåriktigt 2016 in Stockholm.
#skillnadpåriktigt is NetClean’s annual seminar aimed to highlight those that make a real difference in the fight against child sexual abuse.
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