The U.S. Department of National Security and Justice fought child abuse with several countries. Accordingly, 11 principles were created by coming together with big companies such as Facebook and Microsoft.
U.S. Department of National Security and Justice; Working with Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United Kingdom, it issued a guideline for the fight against child abuse and cyberbullying.
Cyber bullying and child abuse pose a huge problem for technology giants. Companies like Facebook and Microsoft are also looking for ways to deal with these problems. The published guidelines brought together giant names in technology in the fight against these crimes. Working together with Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Roblox, Snap and Twitter, the ministry has developed principles to be based on the fight.
The agreed principles will speed up companies’ actions:
“We hope that the principles set out to stop one of the most terrible crimes affecting some of the most vulnerable individuals in society, will accelerate companies’ mass action,” US Justice Secretary William Barr said in a statement on the issue.
The published documents were called ‘Voluntary Principles Against Online Abuse of Children and Sexual Exploitation’. The documentation was developed to protect children from abuse in the virtual environment and includes 11 principles to respond to threats.
Companies like Facebook and Microsoft are developing some systems and tools to protect children from abuse. These tools have been used before. We hope these principles help in the fight against child abuse. You can find the principles published by the U.S. Department of National Security and Justice here.