• ‘The dialogue is global: Agencies propose federal e-safety czar to curb rising online sexual exploitation of children

    4 monthes ago - By National Post

    OTTAWA - Creating a federal e-safety czar could help focus the uphill struggle to protect children from the rising threat of online sexual exploitation, frontline agencies have told the government.
    Strengthening legislation to support “timely and effective” investigations and working more closely with the technology sector to shield children from harm are among the other recommendations that emerged from a federal consultation last spring.
    Public Safety Canada assembled about 70 people - including police, policy-makers, industry representatives, victim service providers and academics - for...
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