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Child Protection on the Internet

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About this Event

17 Dec 2009 @ 12:45


The IIEA is conducting a study for European Commission DG Justice, Liberty and Security on non-legislative measures (NLM) to prevent the distribution of violent radical content on the Internet. This seminar discussed the work of INHOPE, the International Association of Internet Hotlines. INHOPE is an international network of member organisations which operate internet hotlines. Membership includes 21 of the 27 EU member states, as well as Canada, Taiwan, Iceland, Japan, Russia, South Africa, South Korea and the United States. INHOPE’s principal function is to act as a coordinating body, and to provide a structure in which hotlines in individual countries can liaise with one another in order to follow up particular complaints. It also plays a role in liaising with international bodies and European initiatives, awareness raising and expertise sharing between hotlines. Member organisations include child protection NGOs, ISP associations and ISP-sponsored iniatives, and government-sponsored initiatives or departments.

About the Speaker:

Adrian Dwyer is the Acting Secretary-General (and Membership Coordinator) of INHOPE. He retired from the Metropolitan Police in 1999 following 23 years service. He was appointed as the Internet Watch Foundation's first full time Internet Content Analyst in 2001 and in February 2006 he was appointed Hotline Manager. Adrian was previously a member of the INHOPE Board and served as Vice President until April 2008. Since joining the Secretariat he has been responsible for membership issues and law enforcement liaison.

Theme: Justice & Law  Digital Future 

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