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Obstructing the Use of the Mobile Environment by Individuals or Organisations Wishing to Consume or Profit from Child Sexual Abuse Content

The Mobile Alliance Against Child Sexual Abuse Content was founded by an international group of mobile operators within the GSMA to work collectively on obstructing the use of the mobile environment by individuals or organisations wishing to consume or profit from child sexual abuse content.

The Alliance’s aim is to help stem, and ultimately reverse, the growth of online child sexual abuse content around the world. Through a combination of technical measures, co-operation and information sharing, the Alliance seeks to create significant barriers to the misuse of mobile networks and services for hosting, accessing, or profiting from child sexual abuse content.

Governments also should ensure they have the resources and processes in place to combat the spread of digital child sexual abuse content, alongside delegated international organizations.

The Alliance is open to all members of the mobile ecosystem. If you are interested in joining or supporting the Mobile Alliance, please contact Samantha Lynch, at the GSMA. For further information on the Mobile Alliance please download the brochure.

Preventing mobile payments services from being misused to monetise child sexual abuse content.

The Mobile Alliance works to keep mobile services hostile to those wishing to consume or profit from child sexual abuse content (CSAC). This report contains research on current levels of misuse of mobile payment services by commercial CSAC sites – confirming that it is still rare for mobile payment mechanisms to be implicated – and contains good practice guidelines on vetting and monitoring content providers to ensure mobile payments remain hostile to such misuse.

Mobile Alliance Against Child Sexual Abuse Content – flyer

The Mobile Alliance Against Child Sexual Abuse Content was founded by an international group of mobile operators within the GSMA to work collectively on obstructing
the use of the mobile environment by individuals or organisations wishing to consume or profit from child sexual abuse content.

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