Press & Media: News Releases / 2020
A new online safety campaign launched by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection and supported with provincial funding is urging families to talk with their tweens and teens about the risks of online activities such as live streaming, online gaming and live chatting, Families Minister Heather Stefanson announced today.
With school closures due to COVID-19, children who are at home will potentially have more unrestricted time online. The Canadian Centre for Child Protection, through its program Cybertip.ca, is urging families to have conversations about internet safety and to work together to implement strategies that ensures everyone’s digital well-being.
Public Opinion States Tech Companies Should be Held Accountable when Failing to Address Child Sexual Abuse Images
On March 5, 2020, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) and the Phoenix 11 participated in a roundtable meeting at the White House with ministers from the Five Eyes security alliance, industry, and National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Following the discussion, the Five Country Ministerial released their voluntary principles to counter online child sexual exploitation and abuse in order to drive consistent and collective industry action, which C3P and the Phoenix 11 strongly support.
This Safer Internet Day the Canadian Centre for Child Protection highlights the risks of live streaming and what families can do to keep kids safe