ACMA Hotline - 2012 Stats

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Check out the stats from the work of the ACMA Hotline, working with INHOPE and other law enforcement agencies to have online child sexual abuse material removed.

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ACMA Hotline - 2012 Stats

  1. 1. Combating online child abuse—here and overseas Our commitment–why we’re onboard The ACMA investigates complaints from Australian residents about online child sexual abuse material, and works with INHOPE and law enforcement agencies to have it removed. 2,300 We conducted 115 investigations during National Child Protection Week 2012, which concerned over images of infants, children and adolescents. Main hosting locations acma.gov.au/hotline Help STOP online child abuse. Visit acma.gov.au/hotline to report offensive or illegal online content. GIRLS 94% BOYS 6% Each image that is removed from the internet helps to prevent re-victimisation of the children involved. Our frontline response– the ACMA investigates We received 2,283complaints about alleged online child sexual abuse material 2were Australian-hosted items 1,280 were overseas-hosted items 2012 94% of investigations were completed within 2days 1,282 investigations were found to contain child abuse material NETHERLANDS CANADA OTHER JAPAN RUSSIAN FEDERATION 636 USA 305 97 77 52 115

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