Online platforms have a responsibility to protect children from harm
We must arm children and teens with tools and technology to understand whether someone they meet online has a record of bad behavior.
New bill threatens journalists’ ability to protect sources
Online child exploitation is a horrific crime that requires an effective response, but this bill fails to meet the challenge and creates new problems of its own.
Former YouTube star sentenced to ten years in prison for child porn
Former Youtube star Austin Jones has been sentenced to ten years in a US federal prison after pleading guilty to persuading underage girls to send him explicit videos of themselves. Jones, who made a
Indonesia unblocks Tumblr following its ban on adult content
Indonesia, the world’s fourth largest country by population, has unblocked Tumblr nine months after it blocked the social networking site over pornographic content. Tumblr — which, disclai
Should Tech Companies Be Subject To The Fourth Amendment?
As courts grapple with how to apply the Fourth Amendment’s privacy provisions to online crime fighting, it may become difficult for law enforcement and technology companies to collaborate to fight t
Pedophile Blames Open WiFi Network For Kiddie Porn
Sure you can pin the blame on your unsecured router when the RIAA or MPAA comes knocking at your door, but when it’s the FBI and you’re accused of having tons of child pornography, donR