Larger companies have invested heavily in developing internal tools and building out dedicated teams but these tools and processes haven’t been standardized for the rest of the industry to easily adapt.
The explosive growth of child sexual abuse material (CSAM) on the internet demands another look at company policies and community management practices to help combat the distribution of CSAM. Sound practices in effective CSAM reporting and removal can be employed at any company, regardless of size or funding, to protect their user community and actively take a stance against child exploitation on their platform.
The growth of CSAM is a pervasive problem that affects the entire tech industry
Best practices and company policy changes can be made to create a safer online community
The complexity of this issue requires technology, policy, and operational points of integration