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We Can't Stop Now

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Dec 7, 2020 — 

Today the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) of the European Parliament voted to approve an amendment to the ePrivacy Directive that allows tech companies to continue using tools and technology to help identify and report child sexual abuse material and grooming online. We’re grateful to all of you who have made your voice heard and we’re thankful the Committee members recognized that children must be protected from abuse online.  
 
But, while there is cause to celebrate, the amendment only preserves the use of these tools for the next two years. A more permanent solution still has to be made. The battle is far from over and we still need your help. Can you please stay with us in this fight to keep children safe from abuse online and help us continue to build support?

Please share this critical message with your friends, family, and colleagues and encourage them to raise their voices so that child protection isn’t a casualty in the privacy debate.

Children everywhere deserve better. It’s too important to stop this battle now.  
 
Thank you,  
NCMEC 


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