Category Archives: Child abuse images

An interesting case and UKCCIS gets a mention

This morning I read the judgement in the case of A, a young adult male who had a range of learning and other difficulties.  His local authority was very involved in making arrangements for A’s care and it had come … Continue reading

Posted in Child abuse images, Default settings, Facebook, Internet governance, Pornography, Privacy, Regulation, Self-regulation

Another update on the e-Privacy Regulation

A lot has been happening on the e-Privacy Regulation. Mostly it has been good news so I have not been issuing further  clarion calls for more lobbying. I hope I have not been naïve but I think our joint work … Continue reading

Posted in Child abuse images, Default settings, E-commerce, Regulation, Self-regulation

News on the e-Privacy Regulation

On 30th November, 2018 I wrote to Vice President Ansip of the European Union  on behalf of over fifty NGOs from all parts of the world, including from 26 of the 28 Member States of the EU. The letter addressed major … Continue reading

Posted in Child abuse images, Internet governance, Privacy, Regulation, Self-regulation

More about the power of PhotoDNA and similar tools

Twitter report that in the first 6 months of 2018 they suspended nearly half a million accounts for violations relating to child sexual exploitation. 97% of those accounts were proactively flagged using PhotoDNA and similar tools. In Dublin on Friday … Continue reading

Posted in Child abuse images, Regulation, Self-regulation, Uncategorized

More progress on tackling child sex abuse material

Things may be going crazy in Brussels but in Alexandria, Virginia, excellence and calm sanity remain the norm. The International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC) has just released the 9th edition of the always eagerly awaited Model Legislation and Global … Continue reading

Posted in Child abuse images, Internet governance, Regulation, Self-regulation

Mr Ansip’s Terms and Conditions

Is this what Mr Ansip has in mind for all companies’ Ts& Cs in the future? “Please feel free to distribute illegal content using our facilities. We won’t do anything to try to detect it or stop you. Knock yourself … Continue reading

Posted in Child abuse images, Internet governance, Regulation, Self-regulation

News from the front

Yesterday Ministers from the 28 Member States met to consider progress on the new e-Privacy Regulation. They could still not agree a final text so the matter remains unresolved. I have only been able to listen to those Ministers who … Continue reading

Posted in Child abuse images, Consent, Default settings, E-commerce, Internet governance, Privacy, Regulation, Self-regulation