Priti Patel launches new fund to help tackle child sexual abuse online

Posted on: September 28, 2021

The fund brings together global experts to show how tech companies can implement end-to-end encryption without opening the door to greater levels of child sexual abuse.

Home Secretary Priti Patel will today (8 September) tell social media companies that they must take our children’s safety as seriously as they do their bottom line at a meeting of the G7 interior ministers.

She will also call on G7 partners to back the UK approach in holding the internet technology giants to account if harmful content continues to be posted across their platforms and if they neglect public safety when designing their products.

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