Child Sexual Abuse Material is abusive imaging of a child victim.

Report it, Don't ignore it.

Your report enables the possibility of illegal content to be removed and/or victims to be identified.

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What is CSAM?

Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) is a term that can be used as an alternative to child pornography to refer to any material depicting acts of sexual abuse and/or focusing on the genitalia of the child. Making and disseminating CSAM is a crime.

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Why Report?

Reporting of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) enables the possibility of illegal content to be removed and/or victims to be identified. If found to be illegal, the information will be sent to law enforcement for legal action.

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How Takedown?

Our content analysts assess your report immediately against the national baseline criteria and if they find the image/video to be illegal, they will send notice/takedown requests to law enforcement, ISP or other hotline to remove the content.

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What We Do

We seek to bring a multi-disciplinary response to protect children in an online environment.  

Notice and Takedown

IHC follows the notice and takedown process put in place by INHOPE Foundation (Journey of a report) and record information in the ICCAM system. Your reports will be assessed according to the national law and hotline baselines to check its legality.

Awareness Raising

IHC not only offers a safe venue for the public to report child sexual abuse material online, but also has increasingly implemented awareness and educational activities with a focus on internet safety and emerging online issues.

Research and Advocacy

To strengthen our key messages, evidence based advocacy, IHC works with partners and stakeholders to conduct and contribute to research tasks that look at the current and emerging issues of online child sexual exploitation.

What We Do

We seek to bring a multi-disciplinary response to protect children in an online environment.  

Legal-obligations

notice & takedown

IHC follows the notice and takedown process put in place by INHOPE Foundation (Journey of a report) and record information in the ICCAM system. Your reports will be assessed according to the national law and hotline baselines to check its legality.

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awareness raising

IHC not only offers a safe venue for the public to report child sexual abuse material online, but also has increasingly implemented awareness and educational activities with a focus on internet safety and emerging online issues.

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research & advocacy

To strengthen our key messages, evidence based advocacy, IHC works with partners and stakeholders to conduct and contribute to research tasks that look at the current and emerging issues of online child sexual exploitation.

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