Fact checking claims made by Twitter in response to the NCOSE et al lawsuit brought on behalf of child sexual abuse and sex trafficking survivors.
WASHINGTON, DC (July 13, 2021) – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) commended TikTok for announcing that it will use enhanced technology to identify
XTube’s announced shutdown is more evidence that MindGeek’s exploitation empire is crumbling.
Sharing findings from and NCOSE Research Institute commentary on J. Castro-Calvo et al. in Addictive Behaviors Reports (2021).
Sharing findings from and NCOSE Research Institute commentary on Niki Fritz et al. in Gender Issues (2021).
Sharing findings from and NCOSE Research Institute commentary on Niki Fritz et al. in the Archives of Sexual Behavior (2020).
NCOSE applauds Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for signing SB 1826 into law which will improve protections for human trafficking victims.
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s Online Annual Summit will feature over 100 speakers from July 20–24, 2021.
Global Tech Giant Google will make Chromebook devices safer for K–12 students—a move that will impact millions of kids worldwide.
NCOSE is supportive of The Human Trafficking and Exploitation Prevention Training Act, which provides training to recognize the signs of human trafficking.
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