Successful 1st national conference on Children's Online Safety in Serbia
November 19, 2013
On 18th November, the important role of INHOPE in the global fight
against online sexual exploitation of children was presented at the
first National conference for Children Safety on the Internet organised
in Belgrade by the Serbian Hotline and the Ministry of Trade and
Telecommunications of the Republic of Serbia.
Serbia’s Hotline operated by Fond B92 invited representatives of the
Bulgarian Hotline and the Cybersecurity Sector of the State Agency for
National Security of Bulgaria to present their best practice of close
cooperation in fighting child sexual abuse material on the Internet.
They presented case studies of joint operations between the Australian,
Irish and Bulgarian Hotlines with respective law enforcement agencies,
underlining behind successes the major role of cooperation between
INHOPE members. INHOPE’s latest statistics and analysis of online
threats and trends were presented to an auditorium of around 100
High officials from Serbia’s ministries of
Trade and Communications, Internal Affairs, Justice, Education, the
Special Prosecutor Office for Cybercrime, as well as the Ambassador of
Australia to Serbia took part in the conference.
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Let’s all practice zero tolerance to child sexual abuse imagery. One report can make a difference. To the digital citizens out there, if you stumble across anything you suspect to be a child sexual abuse image or video, do the right thing, report it and once confirmed, with our industry and law enforcement partners, we will make sure such content is taken down as quickly and effectively as possible.
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