International debate on the European Commission’s proposal to regulate CSAMarlene Fasolt, SDC
An international group of scientists is speaking up against the European Commission’s draft regulation on preventing and combating child sexual abuse on the Internet. Their joint statement, which is addressed to the Members of the European Parliament and the Member States, was published on the pages of various portals.
In a publication, the head of the IT department of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, Lloyd Richardson, refutes central arguments of the researchers as misleading and inaccurate. The article can be found here.