EU associations raised up the topic of Child Sexual Abuse Regulation

Today, 13 organisations sent a joint letter to EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson and EP Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs urging them to introduce balanced, technology neutral and future proof legislation to tackle child sexual abuse (CSA) online.

We welcome the progress made by the Eeuropean Parliament and Spanish Presidency of the Council of the EU and are united in our commitment to preventing and fighting CSA, yet we share The EDPB’s concerns around privacy, the protection of personal data and the lack of legal clarity on detection and delisting orders.

By introducing the five key changes outlined in our letter, the EU can create a legally tight and proportionate regulatory framework that will help keep children safe online.

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