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Finding Freedom: Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery is a podcast devoted to empowering everyone in the chains of modern slavery - NGOs, law enforcement, academia, corporations, victim service providers, and the public - to combat human trafficking through education, discussion of disruption tactics, stories of success and failure, and analyzing recent events.

We’ll have leaders, victims, advocates and accomplices join us from across industries and sectors to share their stories - of trauma and healing, of in-depth investigations, and of real cooperation and collaboration across the unlikeliest of bedfellows - to help eliminate one of the most lucrative black markets on the planet.

Join hosts Sherrie Caltagirone, the founder and Executive Director of Global Emancipation Network, and Corey Marshall, GEN Chief Advisor and founder of Catalyze Strategies, every week.

Finding Freedom: Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Sherrie Caltagirone

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Finding Freedom: Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery is a podcast devoted to empowering everyone in the chains of modern slavery - NGOs, law enforcement, academia, corporations, victim service providers, and the public - to combat human trafficking through education, discussion of disruption tactics, stories of success and failure, and analyzing recent events.

We’ll have leaders, victims, advocates and accomplices join us from across industries and sectors to share their stories - of trauma and healing, of in-depth investigations, and of real cooperation and collaboration across the unlikeliest of bedfellows - to help eliminate one of the most lucrative black markets on the planet.

Join hosts Sherrie Caltagirone, the founder and Executive Director of Global Emancipation Network, and Corey Marshall, GEN Chief Advisor and founder of Catalyze Strategies, every week.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Requires macOS 11.4 or higher

    The Online World of Child Exploitation

    The Online World of Child Exploitation

    Welcome to the Finding Freedom Podcast, a new podcast dedicated to empowering all stakeholders to learn about, discuss, and disrupt global human trafficking, with your hosts Sherrie Caltagirone and Corey Marshall.

    Child sexual abuse material, known legally as child pornography, refers to any content that depicts sexually explicit behavior involving a child. These could be photos, videos, or computer generated images that are so realistic that you can’t tell they’re fake.

    Thorn, a leader in technology and research to end online child sexual abuse and exploitation, sadly notes that reports of CSAM (child sexual abuse material) have increased over 15,000% in the last 15 years. In 2004, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) reviewed 450,000 child sexual abuse files. In 2019, that number was 70 million.

    There is no doubt that technology exacerbates child sexual abuse, as is evident in live streaming pay-to-watch abuse and the rapidly-rising challenges of self-generated abuse imagery, but technology is also essential armory in efforts to combat it.

    In today’s episode of Finding Freedom, we will be discussing the online world of child exploitation with our distinguished guests, Matt Burns and Dave Ranner from our partners and friends at CameraForensics.

    The Online World of Child Exploitation with CameraForensics

    The Online World of Child Exploitation with CameraForensics

    In this episode of Finding Freedom, we will discuss the online world of child exploitation with our distinguished guests, Matt Burns and Dave Ranner from our partners and friends at CameraForensics.

    Child sexual abuse material (CSAM), known legally as child pornography, refers to any content that depicts sexually explicit behavior involving a child. These could be photos, videos, or computer generated images that are so realistic that you can't tell they're fake.

    Thorn, a leader in technology and research to end online child sexual abuse and exploitation, sadly notes that reports of CSAM (child sexual abuse material) have increased over 15,000% in the last 15 years. In 2004, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) reviewed 450,000 child sexual abuse files. In 2019, that number was 70 million.

    There is no doubt that technology exacerbates child sexual abuse, as is evident in live streaming pay-to-watch abuse and the rapidly-rising challenges of self-generated abuse imagery, but technology is also essential armory in efforts to combat it.

    Learn more at https://www.globalemancipation.ngo [https://www.globalemancipation.ngo/]

    Host Sherrie Caltagirone: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sherriecaltagirone/

    Host Corey Marshall: https://www.linkedin.com/in/coreymarshall/

    Guest Matt Burns: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattburns1/

    Guest Dave Ranner: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-ranner-9200382/

    CameraForensics: https://www.cameraforensics.com/

    National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) https://www.missingkids.org/

    Thorn: https://www.thorn.org 

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