Part 2 - The NetClean Report 2017

Like cogs in a big piece of machinery, all parts of society must work together to stop child sexual abuse.

These seven sectors do not represent all the different parts of society that work towards stopping the dissemination of child sexual abuse material. They have been selected on the basis that they provide a good overview of the ambition that is out there and can showcase good examples of work being done both in the public and private sectors.

SEVEN ACCOUNTS DETAILING HOW DIFFERENT PARTS OF SOCIETY FIGHT THE DISSEMINATION OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE MATERIAL

LAW ENFORCEMENT

“There has been significant improvement”
Steven Wilson
Head of European Cybercrime Centre, Europol

NGO

“Embracing partnerships is essential”
Susie Hargreaves
Chief Executive, Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

“Blocking Child sexual abuse content is common sense”
Mats Granryd
Director General, GSMA

ACADEMIA

“We need better research for better intervention”
Maggie Brennan
Researcher and Lecturer in Criminology, University College Cork, Ireland

THE FINANCIAL SECTOR

“Technical development give hope”
Mats Odell
Chairman, The Swedish Financial Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation of Children

JUDICIARY

“Ensuring that the police receive the right resources is the biggest challenge”
Ulrika Rogland
Lawyer

INDUSTRY – BUSINESSES

“An opportunity to contribute”
Volvo Group
(Commenting as company)

Anna Borgström, Head of NetClean

REFLECTION ON THE INTERVIEWS

“It is interesting to note that the individuals and organisations contributing to this report all highlight the same issues despite the fact that they seek to tackle the problem of child sexual abuse from different points of view.”

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