NetClean Report 2019 is about live-streamed child sexual abuse, storage of child sexual abuse material and how emerging technologies affect this crime. It is also about businesses’ response to child sexual abuse material in their IT environment, and it includes a mapping of technologies and methods available to businesses to protect their IT environments.

The Report is based on two different enquiries. One with law enforcement and one enquiry designed to understand businesses’ response to the problem of child sexual abuse material in their IT environments. The report also includes a third section where an overview of technologies and methods available to businesses to stop child sexual abuse material is presented.

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