Social Value Report
Highlights from 2021
Reviewing Child Sexual Abuse Material Reporting Functions on Popular Platforms
Prompted by feedback from CSAM survivors, as well as concerns voiced by citizens reporting into Cybertip.ca, C3P undertook a systematic examination of the availability of CSAM‑specific reporting mechanisms available on 15 major platforms. Read the full report here.
Twitter Birthday Plea
In the lead up to Twitter’s 15th birthday, C3P helped survivors—those who have been exploited on the platform and other social media sites like it—wish the company an unhappy birthday by sharing their experiences of having their CSAM spread online, and the continued trauma they face with every re‑Tweet. Watch the powerful campaign now.
Testimony in front of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics
Following an explosive article in the New York Times, the House of Commons Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics held a multi‑week meeting focused on MindGeek, Pornhub’s Montreal‑based parent company. As part of the proceedings the Committee invited C3P Executive Director Lianna McDonald, and Director of IT, Lloyd Richardson, to provide testimony on the state of safety and privacy for children online. Read the full statement.
Increased Risk to Children: C3P’s COVID-19 response
During the first two weeks of the pandemic reports to Cybertip.ca increased by 40%. By the end of the fiscal year, that number shot up to a 106% rise in reports. One of the ways C3P responded was with online safety tips and resources for educators and families. Check out the dedicated resources page that was developed.
Social Value Reports
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