Arnold Guerin in an interview from #skillnadpåriktigt 2017

Arnold Guerin in an interview from #skillnadpåriktigt 2017
17 July, 2018 NetClean
NEWS 2018/07/17

Arnold Guerin, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, in an interview from #skillnadpåriktigt 2017

Arnold Guerin, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, about how technology and collaboration have been the key piece in the fight against child sexual abuse, and what role the development of technology plays in the future.

The development of the fight against child sexual abuse was the theme of NetClean’s annual conference #skillnadpåriktigt 2017. The conference, that was co-hosted with ECPAT Sweden, aimed to highlight those that make a real difference in the fight against child sexual abuse.

Registration is now open to #skillnadpåriktigt 2018, October 1.
Read more and register here.

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