The END Network Abuse Act aims to help end illegal use of the DoD's government network to view, possess, trade, and even produce child pornography.
While there is still more work for Instagram to do, we are encouraged by the result of our meeting!
The fight to end sexual exploitation is massive and multifaceted, and 2019 has been a year filled with victories and building momentum for 2020 and beyond.
Although stronger steps are still needed to keep up with the ever-evolving digital ecosystem, "COPPA 2.0" from Senators Hawley and Markey is very important.
This bipartisan resolution comes on the heels of a joint campaign to Fix App Ratings by NCOSE, Protect Young Eyes, and child advocate Melissa McKay.
A bill intended to fully decriminalize the commercial sex trade (e.g. acts of pimping, sex buying, and brothel keeping) in Washington DC will not go to vote
NCOSE has learned of incidents of sexual assault, as well as sexual harassment including unwelcome sexual advances, exposure in view of the general public of sexually explicit materials, indecent exposure, and more, against both passengers and transportation personnel.
PayPal made the right choice to no longer partner with the pornography industry by ending its payment processing work with Pornhub.
After facing public pressure from NCOSE advocates, Kraft Heinz has pledged not to advertise or promote any of its brands on Pornhub or other similar sites.
We have an exciting update from the National Center on Sexual Exploitation's recent meeting with top executives from Comcast, here in Washington DC.
After 10,397 emails were sent to Netflix executives about Netflix parental controls, they finally took a step forward!
2019 CESE Summit Day on the Hill participants canvassed every congressional office and spoke with officials and staffers about four specific policy points.