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NCOSE STATEMENTS TO THE PRESS

To contact NCOSE please email at Press@NCOSE.com or call 202-393-7245

Sexual Exploitation Survivors, Advocates Call on NFL to Banish Robert Kraft from Team Ownership

Statement by Lisa L. Thompson, Vice President of Policy and Research, NCOSE  Washington, DC – Survivors of sexual exploitation are appealing to the National Football League (NFL), following the arrest of Patriot’s owner, Robert Kraft, for allegedly purchasing women at an illicit massage parlor/spa in Florida last month. In advance of the NFLs Annual League […]

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Major Video Game Platform Steam Removes Rape Day Game After Opposition; Others Remain

Steam is named to the 2019 Dirty Dozen List as a facilitator of sexual exploitation Washington, DC – After coming under fire from the National Center on Sexual Exploitation for listing a video game featuring the rape and murder of women, major video game distributor Steam has backtracked and removed the game. Despite their “allow […]

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Major Video Game Platform Steam Lists Video Game Featuring Rape & Murder of Women

Washington, DC – Less than a year after Steam, the largest online video game distributor, changed their policy from prohibiting nudity and sexual violence to an “anything goes” policy that would allow the sale of any game that was not illegal or “straight up trolling”, a new game is under review and has been listed […]

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Youtube “Fix” To Pedo Video Ring Not Enough To Protect Kids, Advocates Say

Google named on the 2019 Dirty Dozen List for facilitating sexual exploitation Washington, DC – According to news reports, YouTube has blocked comments on most videos featuring minors to combat child exploitation, following the unveiling of pedophilia rings on its platform. “To the cynical eye, it appears that YouTube could be trying to retain the […]

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Nevada Sued for Facilitating Sexual Exploitation: Survivor Seeks Repeal of Legal Prostitution and Support Services for People Exploited by Nevada’s Legal Sex Trade

Statement by Lisa L. Thompson, Vice President of Policy and Research Washington, DC – Nevada’s sanction of organized sexual exploitation—that is, its legalized system of prostitution—has created powerful economic incentives for the “supply and distribution” of people for sex—especially women. One woman sexually trafficked into the vortex of Nevada’s legal sexual exploitation market, Rebekah Charleston, […]

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STATEMENT: Anti-Abuse Organization Confirms Pedophile Rings and Child Exploitation on YouTube

Washington, DC – Advertisers like Walt Disney Co. and AT&T are suspending advertising with YouTube over mounting concerns about the platform being used for the eroticization of children and for pedophile networking. Two days after Google claimed to be finally fixing this problem,  The National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s Haley Halverson researched claims of pedophile […]

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STATEMENT: Google’s YouTube Losing Advertisers, Criticized by Human Rights Group, for Child Erotica on YouTube

Google named on the 2019 Dirty Dozen List for facilitating sexual exploitation Washington DC – According to Bloomberg, the Walt Disney Co., Nestle, and “Fortnite” creator Epic Games, Inc. are suspending advertising on YouTube after mounting concerns about the platform being used for the eroticization of children and for pedophile networking. The National Center on Sexual […]

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Google Allegedly Monetizing Child Erotica on YouTube

Washington, DC – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation is calling on YouTube to remove all pornography from its platform, following yet another disturbing account of apparently monetized child erotica on YouTube. This is one of the reasons Google has been placed on NCOSE’s 2019 Dirty Dozen List which names 12 mainstream facilitators of sexual […]

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STATEMENT: Child Advocates Call for Accurate App Ratings Due to Online Grooming, Sexploitation

Tech Currently Self-Rates Their Own Apps, Has No Accountability  Washington, DC – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation, along with other child advocates such as Chris McKenna from Protect Young Eyes and Melissa McKay, is calling out the current system for app ratings because it is misleading, inconsistent across platforms, and does not appropriately warn […]

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Massage Envy Silencing Assault Victims?

Massage Envy Named to Dirty Dozen List of Top Contributors to Sexual Exploitation in U.S. Criticized for Allegedly Mishandling Hundreds of Sexual Harassment and Assault Cases by Massage Envy Therapists Washington, DC – Another male masseuse was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting clients at a Massage Envy, on February 11th. This arrest occurred on the same day that […]

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Nevada Named Sexually Exploitive State

Nevada Named to the Dirty Dozen List as U.S. State Leader of Sexual Exploitation Statement by Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE Washington, DC – Due to Nevada’s sanction of organized sexual exploitation—that is, its legalized system of prostitution—it has been named to the 2019 Dirty Dozen List, which identifies 12 leading mainstream facilitators of […]

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Top Contributors to Sexual Exploitation Revealed

2019 Dirty Dozen List Released Massage Envy, Amazon, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Among Top Contributors to Sexual Exploitation Problem in America   Washington, DC – The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) today launched its 2019 Dirty Dozen List, a list of carefully selected entities that are major, mainstream facilitators of sexual exploitation in the United States. […]

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