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Lina Nealon NCOSE is honored to recognize PayPal in July 2020’s Dignity Defense Alert for severing ties with Pornhub in an industry-leading move.
NCOSE NCOSE is deeply grateful to the Senate Judiciary Committee which unanimously approved a stronger version of the EARN IT Act on July 2, 2020.
Lisa L. Thompson Demand Forum is been widely used to design, improve, and sustain programs combating demand for commercial sexual exploitation.
NCOSE NCOSE is proud to recognize Instacart and DoorDash for their efforts to help sex trafficking and domestic violence victims during COVID-19.
NCOSE The International Centre on Sexual Exploitation's Haley McNamara — along with allies — won a Cambridge Union Society debate about the harms of pornography.
Haley McNamara (Halverson) Sexual exploitation knows no borders or geographic boundaries, especially in our digital age, and our solutioning must also be international in scope.
Benjamin W. Bull, Esq. The owners of Backpage are attempting to keep millions in ill-gotten profits using a ill-conceived and defenseless twisting of the First Amendment.
Jake Roberson TikTok has room to improve its safety features, but it has introduced Family Safety Mode and Family Pairing to make the app a little safer for children.
Patrick A. Trueman At first, Google said there was nothing they could do about it. But now they've changed their tune and improved the safety of their product!
Sommer Porter After years of ineffectual/lackluster parental controls, Netflix has introduced important safety changes for parents and families. Here is how they work.
NCOSE The National Center on Sexual Exploitation affirmed the Alabama House of Representatives for voting to recognize pornography as a public health crisis.
NCOSE The National Center on Sexual Exploitation applauds TikTok for addressing its concerns about the lack of safety features, which TikTok announced would be added and first be rolled out in the UK and then the U.S.