The 2018 report by NetClean looks at police officers’ experiences and perspectives of self-produced material, organised offenders, obfuscation techniques, cryptocurrencies and deepfakes; as well as at employers’ experiences and perspectives of detecting that child sexual abuse material is handled on the organisations’ work computers.

 

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