Archive for the ‘Child Safety Online’ Category

ISPAI Concern that EU CEF is Poised to Drop Essential Safer Internet Actions *UPDATE

July 5, 2013


CEF cuts threaten EU’s commitment to protect children from online sexual exploitation

Because the Internet is global these crimes are perpetrated internationally and require international responses. Children can be subjected to online grooming through services hosted in other jurisdictions and paedophiles exchange images and videos of child sexual abuse across national borders. (more…)

ISPAI Concern that EU CEF is Poised to Drop essential Safer Internet Actions

July 2, 2013


ISPs rely on fast international notifications from authorised sources to act swiftly against child sexual abuse images being distributed on the Internet. For 14 years the EU has part-financed Hotlines and essentially financed INHOPE – the worldwide clearing house for exchange of reports between Hotlines.

The Programme that financed Safer Internet ceases to exist shortly. Actions within a new (more…)

Safer Internet Day 2013

January 11, 2013


Safer Internet Day 2013 takes place on Tuesday 5th February

It will be marked throughout the European Union and many other countries worldwide. This is the 10th. year where a Safer Internet Day has been held and this year’s theme is: “Connect with respect”.

The ISPAI supports the aim of (more…)


December 17, 2011


Official Journal of the European Union – Legislative Acts – DIRECTIVE 2011/92/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council – 13 December 2011 – on combating the sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of children and child pornography, and replacing Council Framework Decision 2004/68/JHA

To download the Directive click here  (more…)

ISPAI Welcomes European Parliament LIBE Committee Amendments to the Draft Directive on Child Exploitation as it Applies to the Internet

February 17, 2010


The draft EU Directive to combat the sexual abuse, sexual exploitation of children and child pornography, must produce legislation that is truly effective in tackling the Internet dimension of this problem. ISPAI welcomes the improved LIBE Committee amendments – but calls for further improvements to give legal certainty to all partners cooperating to fight this online abuse and so make this legislation a landmark in improving protection of children. (more…)