In this interview, data protection expert Sophie Kwasny, points the way towards a child-friendly internet.
She outlines the dangers of online child grooming and cyber-harassment, ahead of the unveiling today, in Monaco, of the organisation’s new strategy for children’s rights.
Kwasny (photo) also confronts the allegation that cybercrime and the fight against grooming and the online circulation of child pornography are used as ‘Trojan Horses’ to enable greater government restrictions and surveillance of the web.
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