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Combating the sexual abuse of children on the Internet

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29.06.2016 - 14:30
- 29.06.2016 - 18:00
Last Updated: 12.07.2016 - 16:51
JAN 6Q1 European Parliament, Brussels. Interpretation: ES, DE, EN, FR, IT
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Wednesday
14:30
Opening Session
Welcome and introduction by the Chairwomen
Speakers
Anna Maria CORAZZA BILDT, Rapporteur and Co-chair of the Intergroup on Children's Rights
Sabine VERHEYEN, EPP Group Coordinator in the Committee on Culture and Education of the European Parliament (EP)
Monika HOHLMEIER, EPP Group Coordinator in the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs of the EP
15:00
Panel 1: Sexual abuse of children online: new trends, new challenges
State of play of the implementation of the current legislative framework: is it sufficiently robust? Alarming trends: deep web, dark-web and use of encryption: are law enforcement authorities legally and technically equipped? Is cross-border cooperation strong enough? What are the solutions and possibilities of improvement? How can Social Networking Technologies impact criminal behaviour?
Speakers
César ALONSO-IRIARTE, Principal Policy Officer - Fight Against Cybercrime, DG HOME, European Commission
Fernando RUIZ, Head of Operations, European Cybercrime Centre, Europol
Kristof CLAESEN, Director of Policy and Public Affairs, Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)
Debate with speakers and participants
16:25
Panel 2: Zero tolerance of sexual abuse of children online: more coordination and more cooperation of all the actors
A global threat: how to improve cooperation at global level? Putting the victim first: how are hotlines contributing to victim identification and helping prevent sexual abuse of children online? Are the Internet and social media industry cooperating enough?
Speakers
Mick MORAN, Assistant Director, Vulnerable Communities Sub-Directorate, INTERPOL
Verónica DONOSO, Executive Director, INHOPE - International Association of Internet Hotlines
Oliver J SÜME, Director of Policy and Law, Association of the Internet Industry (eco)
Debate with speakers and participants
17:30
Concluding Remarks
Speakers
Anna Maria CORAZZA BILDT, Rapporteur and Co-chair of the Intergroup on Children's Rights
Sabine VERHEYEN, EPP Group Coordinator in the Committee on Culture and Education of the EP
Monika HOHLMEIER, EPP Group Coordinator in the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs of the EP

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