eNACSO response to the European Commission's Consultation on Data Protection
Speech by Mr. John Carr on the Draft Directive on combating the Sexual Abuse, Sexual Exploitation of Children and Child Pornography
eNACSO Agenda for Action
eNACSO launched their Agenda for Action on 6 of May 2010. The policy paper describes the new challenges of Child Online Protection and includes recommendations to governments, industry and other stakeholders on how to create a safer online environment for children and young people.
The Challenges of location based services
In a document from March 2010, eNACSO draws up main issues and concerns in relation to the new breed of location based services - and advocates for a new EU wide code to protect children.
Questions and answers on blocking
Child abuse material has rapidly increased in prevalence on the Internet, and the severity of the abuse shown in the images is worsening.
Therefore eNACSO welcomes Article 18 "Blocking access to websites containing child pornography" of the European Commission's proposal of 25th March 2009 for a revised Council Framework Decision 'on combating sexual abuse, sexual exploitation of children and chils pornography'.
To know more about blocking please read the eNACSO briefing on blocking of child abuse images.