A campaign to combat child sexual abuse and exploitation and protect our children on the Internet.
People have signed the petition in support of the legislation protecting children online
A New law proposed to protect children
Keeping young people safe online
In 2021 alone, an estimated 85 million images and videos of child sexual abuse were reported worldwide. It is sickening, and it needs to stop.
New EU legislation has just been proposed to combat child sexual abuse and exploitation. This should mean the tech sector finally takes responsibility and uses the tools at their disposal to combat child exploitation.
But we need you to get behind these new laws. We need the lawmakers and tech companies to know just how much this matters to us.
Every Second Counts: European-wide petition demands the EU tackles child abuse on the internet and makes the internet safe for children everywhere
On International Children’s Day and International Day of the Parent survivors of child sexual abuse,…
ECLAG applauds progress to advance child safety online in the EU
A report by the Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) Committee’s rapporteur in the…
CHILD PROTECTION AND FINNISH HOTLINE’S ANNUAL REPORT (2022)
Finnish Hotline is a reporting service to which anyone can report if they suspect they…
ECPAT Sweden (2023)
ECPAT’s report shows that technical development has changed the way children explore their sexuality and that…
LEARN FACTS ABOUT THE LAWS
Some groups are intentionally misleading you about what these proposed laws mean for Europe.
Share these facts below to help us spread the truth.
“Of course data protection and the privacy of Internet users is important, but data protection must not become the protection of abusers. I signed the petition for better child protection in Europe and so should you and I am not saying this as an MEP but as a mother of two children. Because every abused child is one too many”
Group of the European People’s Party (Christian Democrats)
“Upholding and protecting children's rights online as well as offline is essential to the well-being of our societies”
Vice-President for Democracy and Demography