Online industry leaders announce new steps in fight against child pornography
This morning Google and Microsoft announced their latest effort to combat child pornography online. Every day they help make the Internet a safer place.
Innovations like this and other voluntary steps help the online industry work to stay one step ahead of those who look to victimize children.
Uncovering the worst of the worst
Online industry partners keep themselves up-to-date on where some of the Internet’s worst content lives by participating in our URL and hash value initiatives.
Eliminating exploitative content
Online companies work to keep their services clean by developing and sharing technology, such as PhotoDNA, that helps them find, report and curtail the circulation of child pornography.
Sounding the alarm
Last year alone, our CyberTipline received more than 348,600 reports of apparent child pornography from more than 1,000 electronic service providers.
We are proud to have so many online industry partners, like Google and Microsoft, who have joined us every day for more than 15 years to help keep our children safer.