Category Archives: CEOP
Here in the UK it has been a busy week and a good week for child safety on the internet. Later today the Prime Minister is holding an industry summit in Downing Street to review progress on the calls … Continue reading
Just up on the Children’s Charities’ Coalition web site: their evidence to the Nominet Review and evidence to the DCMS Select Committee.
No one in the UK who is concerned with online child protection can today complain that the subject has been neglected by the media, senior politicians or top executives in the major tech companies. There has never before been … Continue reading
Next Tuesday Maria Miller MP, the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, will convene a meeting with senior executives drawn from some of the many large and diverse players who make up what we loosely call the … Continue reading
Thanks to some excellent work by the NSPCC, aided and abetted by brilliant journalism on the part of The Daily Mirror, it feels like several pieces of a complex jigsaw have started falling into place. But the picture which … Continue reading
I have just read an article by T J McIntyre, a lawyer of University College Dublin. It is entitled Child Abuse Images and Cleanfeeds: Assessing Internet Blocking Systems. McIntyre sets himself the task of analysing three different approaches to … Continue reading
I believe several companies that engage in business on the internet, and their proxies, have taken a calculated and cynical view about some fairly fundamental issues. They know very well that the courts and judicial systems in their country, … Continue reading