WASHINGTON, DC (September 3, 2022) – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) said that Instagram’s decision to remove Pornhub from its platform indicates that the
Meta should “err on the side of children” instead of adults
“Instagram is consistently noted as a top site used for grooming, sex trafficking, child sex abuse material, and a host of other harms.”
Instagram should enact swifter, broader measures to protect the safety and well-being of its users—especially the youngest.
Originally Published at Daily Caller By Ailan Evans Lawmakers and advocacy groups say Facebook’s decision to stop work on a version of its social media platform
Originally Published at Washington Examiner By Sydney Shea A national advocacy organization against juvenile sexual exploitation is telling Big Tech that Instagram shouldn’t be designed for children, calling
Demand that Facebook put children’s well-being and safety over profit by scrapping the proposed “Instagram for Kids.”
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) has joined other child safety advocates in calling on Facebook to cancel plans to introduce Instagram for children under age 13.
Instagram continues to improve the safety of its youngest users. Here are several changes they’re making to enhance teen safety.
Instagram has made significant improvements to address the sexual exploitation and abuse that occur on its platform. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation has been