New National Response Model focusing on Technology

New National Response Model focusing on Technology
3 May, 2018 NetClean
NEWS 2018/05/03

New National Response Model focusing on Technology

Inspired by the WePROTECT Global Alliance Model we have set out to develop a response that looks at technology. We call it the “Technical Model National Response”.

The model focuses solely on the technologies and methodologies that need to be applied by different sectors and businesses to effectively fight the spread of child sexual abuse material on a national level.

Strong legislation and cooperation between the judiciary, police, business, and people who might come across this material is key to success. Our model shows that enabling this work is technology that detects, reports and removes material.

Learn more about the Technical Model National Response

Watch the film

To illustrate the Technical Model National Response we are also launching a film. It is an illustration that will help Heads of state, Policy makers and businesses among others understand how investing in a range of technological solutions provides a fuller and more effective way of fighting online child sexual abuse.

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