The Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA) fosters a safer and healthier environment for children online by mandating platforms 1) build child safety into the design of their products, 2) offer safeguards and tools to parents, 3) fulfill obligations of transparency and accountability.
Kids are being exposed to pornography and other online dangers through school-issued devices. What can we do to protect them?
WASHINGTON, DC (September 9, 2022) – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) commended Germany for moving to protect children from pornographic content by forcing pornography
An explanation of the Snapchat Family Center tools, how to get them, and what more Snap needs to change to protect its young users.
As technology advances, sex traffickers adopt and adapt new online capabilities to target and exploit victims and create “market” opportunities.
Peter Gentala, Senior Legal Counsel at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, joins the Ending Sexploitation podcast to discuss legal accountability for social media platforms that facilitate sexual exploitation.
Fortunately for parents and caregivers, protecting your children from online dangers is not an impossible task.
If Elon Musk wants to make Twitter a better place, he should start with clearing out the child sexual abuse material and image-based sexual abuse that runs rampant.
TikTok becoming known as a “hunting ground” for predators has not stopped its growth, and the platform has given predators easy access to groom, abuse, and traffic children.