NetClean invited to speak at ”Zero tolerance” project

NetClean invited to speak at ”Zero tolerance” project
27 August, 2018 NetClean
NEWS 2018/08/27

NetClean invited to speak at ”Zero tolerance” project

This week, we will attend an event for the ”Zero tolerance” project in Landskrona, Sweden, to talk about the possibilities for businesses and organisations to take action in the fight against online child sexual abuse.

The “Zero tolerance” project is arranged by Change Attitude as an action towards the Swedish Government’s vision to stop and prevent child exploitation in Sweden, including trafficking and child sexual abuse. 

As a part of this, we will present our technical solutions and talk about what it means to take responsibility against child sexual abuse as a business or organisation. We will also present examples of businesses that have already taken action, and statistics from the NetClean report.

Also speaking at the event is Per-Åke Wecksell, Detective Inspector of the Swedish National Criminal Police. He will talk about child sexual abuse from a broader viewpoint, including both online child sexual abuse and hands-on abuse — but also how solutions like NetClean ProActive help investigators in their work to identify perpetrators and rescue children.

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