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Meet the 2020 Dirty Dozen List

In 2020, it is intolerable for a mainstream company or entity to facilitate, profit from, or normalize sexual exploitation—and that’s why the Dirty Dozen List exists. This list ensures that their promotion and collusion with sexual assault, sex trafficking, pornography, the eroticization of incest, and more, becomes public knowledge, and equips concerned citizens with information and…

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This Popular Shopping App is Encouraging “Revenge Porn” and Stalking – Take Action

Wish is a retail shopping website and it is currently the #2 most popular shopping app. Unfortunately, Wish is engaged in unethical business practices by facilitating the sale of sex dolls, misogynistic apparel, and even spycams that are marketed as being useful for filming women nude without their consent. Of course, any webcam or nanny…

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STATEMENT – National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month 2020: Twenty Years of Achievements and Major Tech-Related Obstacles

This year marks the 20-year anniversary of passage of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act. As the nation now observes National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation reflects on progress made and work yet to be done. “We’re celebrating a remarkable milestone,” said Lisa L. Thompson, Vice President of Policy…

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You Can Help Congress Pass the “Fix App Ratings” Bill

It’s time to fix app ratings. The current system of hoping technology companies accurately and transparently self-“rate” their own products is broken. As a result, minors are left exposed to grooming, harassment, explicit content, and sexual abuse and exploitation at unprecedented levels. That’s where House Resolution (H.Res.) 721 comes in. Faced with the mounting crisis…

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Victory! NCOSE Endorses “END Network Abuse Act” to Combat Child Sexual Abuse Material

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation recently endorsed and helped pass key legislation in Congress: the End National Defense (END) Network Abuse Act. The provision, authored by Senator Brain Schatz (D-HI) and cosponsored by Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), is included in the annual National Defense Authorization Act and is expected to be signed into law. …

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"La Madame": a Colombian Instagram model named Liliana del Carmen Campos Puello was arrested for running a massive international child sex trafficking ring that exploited minors by selling them to wealthy men for the purpose of sexual abuse and exploitation

Child Sex Trafficking Ring in Colombia Shows Legalization of Prostitution is Not the Answer

Although some attempt to claim that fully decriminalizing prostitution would make life safer for women and children, real-life examples of exploitation continue to prove that young women and girls are at increased risk of sexual exploitation when prostitution is fully decriminalized. Case in point: In Colombia, an Instagram model nicknamed “La Madame” was arrested for…

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STATEMENT: Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Revisions (COPPA 2.0) Endorsed by NCOSE

Washington, D.C. – National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) has agreed to endorse the Children’s Online Privacy Act (2019) (S748/HR3900) introduced by Senators Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) and Josh Hawley (R-MO.). “In 1998, Congress passed the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). It was a significant step towards protecting the personal information of children online….

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One News Now: Trafficking market restrained for now

Originally published at OneNewsNow.com By Charlie Butts Despite the Council of the District of Columbia’s latest lack of action, an advocate against sexual exploitation says the legalization of trafficking women and children is an effort that hasn’t died. The council was considering a measure to decriminalize trafficking, but Charles Allen, who is chair of the…

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STATEMENT: Experts Expose Exploitative Harms Facing Kids Online–including Social Media Apps and DoH Encryption–and Recommend Urgent Policy Solutions

National Center on Sexual Exploitation Hosts National Symposium on “Protecting Children from Online Exploitation” in Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. – Leading experts from across the nation converged in the Gold Room at the Rayburn building in the U.S. Capitol to discuss the unaddressed threats facing children online. “Social media is removing previous barriers to grooming…

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Media Advisory: National Symposium at the U.S. Capitol on “Protecting Children from Online Sexual Exploitation”

Experts from across the country will come together in Washington, D.C. to unpack the reality of harms facing many children online today and to provide urgent policy recommendations to address those harms WHO: National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) EVENT: National Symposium at the U.S. Capitol on “Protecting Children from Online Sexual Exploitation: Advancing Policy…

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