INHOPE - International Association of Internet Hotlines Reports on Child Pornography - Annual Report 2010By International Association Of Internet Providers - Inhope, PRNE
Monday, March 7, 2011
"Ensuring Swift Action Against Child Sexual Abuse Material on the Internet (child pornography)"
AMSTERDAM, March 8, 2011 - INHOPE (International Association of Internet Hotlines) has today
released its 2010 Annual Report. INHOPE represents Internet Hotlines in 34
countries combating on-line Child Sexual Abuse Material (child pornography).
- Number of Hotlines increased to 39 globally. - In 2010 INHOPE with the support of the European Commission, developed & launched the INHOPE Report Management System which has for the first time collected accurate data on web based child sexual abuse material (CSAM) including:- - Reports: - Over 24,000 reports of Child Sexual Abuse Material processed by INHOPE Hotlines in 2010. - Victim age: - 71% of victims pre-pubescent, 4% of victims were infants and 25% of victims were pubescent. - Victim gender: - 77% of victims were girls, 11% of victims were boys and 12% involved both genders. - Website type: - 78% of sites reported were non-commercial and 22% were commercially based requiring payment in some form. - INHOPE in collaboration with GSMA / Mobile Alliance developed and launched a "Guide to Establishing and Managing a Hotline".
A full copy of the report can be downloaded
To learn more about INHOPE visit www.inhope.org
INHOPE is the International Association of Internet Hotlines. Its purpose
is to support and enhance the performance of 39 Internet Hotlines around the
World; ensuring swift action is taken in responding to reports of illegal
content including Child Sexual Abuse Material, making the Internet a safer
Hotlines: INHOPE Hotlines are an effective first line of defence against
illegal activity online. Through a Hotline, members of the public can make a
report about something they suspect to be illegal on the Internet. The
Hotline will ensure that the matter is investigated and if found to be
illegal the information will be passed to the relevant Law Enforcement Agency
and in many cases the Internet Service Provider hosting the content.
For further information, please contact: Denton Howard - INHOPE, +31(0)20-570-0296 or +353-87-2399550, info at inhope.org; For further information see www.inhope.org or email denton.howard at inhope.org
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