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The ACMA Hotline takes action on reports about online child sexual abuse material. Working closely with law enforcement agencies and hotlines around the world, we aim to make the internet a safer ...

The ACMA Hotline takes action on reports about online child sexual abuse material. Working closely with law enforcement agencies and hotlines around the world, we aim to make the internet a safer place for all Australians.

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    • The ACMA Hotline takes action on reports about online child sexual abuse material. Working closely with law enforcement agencies and other hotlines around the world, we aim to make the internet a safer place for all Australians. The fight against online child abuse material in 2013 Help STOPonline child sexual abuse. Report illegal or offensive online material at acma.gov.au/hotline. If you believe a child is in IMMEDIATE danger, please call the police on Triple Zero (000) 4 items 3,254 items 68%US 10% 0.12% Netherlands Australia MAIN HOSTING COUNTRIES v AUSTRALIA WHERE ITEMS WERE HOSTED Australia Overseas 3. Tackling a global problem The ACMA works with Australian police and the INHOPE global network of 49 hotlines to rapidly remove illegal online content. 4. Supporting a united approach Items notified to Australian police Items notified to overseas hotlines 3,177 1–3DAYS 81 Each image removed helps prevent the re-victimisation of the children involved—every image is an image of a crime scene. Time it typically takes to remove content POLICE 2 DAYS COMPLAINTS INVESTIGATIONS* 3,075 INCREASE ON 2012: 35% INCREASE ON 2012: 154% 3,258 2,283 1,282 20132012 20132012 *Where child abuse material was found. 1. Taking action 2. Protecting the innocent 36,000 ESTIMATED NUMBER OF CHILDREN IN IMAGES INVESTIGATED 8% 92% BOYS GIRLS 83%9% 8% PRE-PUBESCENT PUBESCENTINFANT Typical time taken from complaint, per investigation