The correlation between viewing child sexual abuse material and hands-on abuse – Two points of view (1)Read more
Michael Bourke from the United States Marshall Service, comments on the finding from the NetClean 2017 report that showed that there is a correlation between viewing online child abuse material and hands-on sexual abuse.
Jul062018Guest WriterRead more
There is much talk about increasing sizes of caseloads and number of child sexual abuse images in circulation – something we sought to contextualize in the NetClean 2017 report by finding out how big a “normal” case is. We asked Taskforce Argos to comment on the findings.
Jun192018Guest WriterRead more
In the NetClean 2017 report we found that anonymization technologies, encryption and cloud storage are increasingly being used to share online child sexual abuse material. However, it is important to also realise that technology is advancing detection and collaboration, which aids us in fighting this crime. Arnold Guerin elaborates.
May312018Guest WriterRead more
In the NetClean 2017 report, we asked whether there is such a thing as a typical offender who consumes child sexual abuse material. Hanna Harnesk Hjortsberg, a Registered Psychologist working at the Swedish Prison and Probation Service, commented on the findings.
May162018Guest WriterRead more
We were recently fortunate enough to have a conversation with Neil J Walsh from the UNODC (UN Office on Drugs and Crime) about the UN’s work combatting online child sexual abuse.
Apr252018Guest WriterRead more
Ulrika Rogland: “It is the Police that are struggling to find sufficient resources and build an organisational structure that suits the crime.”
Apr162018Guest WriterRead more
Researcher and lecturer Maggie Brennan, about how academia can contribute to efforts to fight online child sexual abuse.
Apr112018Guest WriterRead more
Trafficking, which includes child sexual abuse material, is the world’s third largest and most profitable organised crime. Financial coalitions across the world have however managed to ensure that the ability to pay for this crime through legitimate transaction channels has in the main ceased.
Apr042018Guest WriterRead more
Maggie Brennan: Academic research is central to better, evidence-led decision making in the fight against online child sexual exploitation.
Mar282018Guest WriterRead more
Mats Granryd, GSMA: All organisations and businesses within the telecoms industry are aware of the problem of child sexual abuse content, and the industry is addressing it in many different ways.