To effectively fight the spread of child sexual abuse material on a national level, different technologies must be applied by all sectors. That is why we created the Technical Model National Response – to illustrate how different technical solutions all come together. Here we also explain how the different technologies to stop child sexual abuse work and how they complement each other.
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- Businesses & Organisations
- Child protection
- Internet Service Providers
- Law enforcement
- NC Report 2016
- NC report 2018
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- NC Report 2019
- NC Report 2020
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- The Technical Model National Response
The different actors
The actors mentioned in the video work with different technologies, and the Technical Model National Response works to highlight this – that digital tools must be applied by all sectors and businesses in order to ensure that a country has a comprehensive model to fight online child sexual abuse material.
Images and videos depicting child sexual abuse material can be found and blocked by the ISP’s by using technology and lists from for example INTERPOL, IWF or National Police.
Businesses and organisations are in a unique position to find those with a sexual interest in children by using tools that detects the material on work computers and networks.
Social media platforms & Search engines
Social Media Companies such as Facebook, KiK & Snapchat and Search Engines like Google remove material found on their platforms and report it to the police.
Hotlines receive tips from the public that result in takedown and notice, and use technology such as web crawlers that browse the internet to find and remove the material.