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National Center for Missing & Exploited Children 💛
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Camilla may travel to The Bronx, . Camilla may use the alias Suki Rodriguez. She has been missing from Demarest, since September 29, 2020.
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! 15-year-old Jayden was last seen on September 22, 2020 in Derby, .
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Annette Lawless KAKE 🌻 3h
Please, RT. A few weeks have passed since Thomas DeLoach was reported missing in northeast Kansas. Let's help find him safe.
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Kayleigh McEnany Sep 29
New! teamed up with to create the – Sign the pledge today at to learn more about online safety for children & prevent the dangers of child trafficking.
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We <3 , a program by that helps keep kids safe online.
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LexisNexis Law Enf 4h
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HAVE YOU SEEN THIS CHILD? 16-year-old, Makaelah Bynes was last seen September 13, 2020. She may wear blue colored contacts.
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! Scout was last seen on July 7, 2020 in San Diego, . She may go by the alias name Lola Vetter.
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NCMEC thanks and for their leadership in introducing the EARN IT Act in the House of Representatives today. This important legislation will make critical strides in the fight against online child exploitation, including: ⬇️
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Changing language from “child pornography” to “child sexual abuse material () throughout the criminal code to more accurately reflect the trauma and harm children experience through these crimes.
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“Pornography” implies legal & consensual recording of a sexual act. is illegal and children involved can never consent. There is nothing provocative about these pictures; they are photos of children being violated and abused.
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Enabling victims of to have their day in court against everyone who enables their online abuse.
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Emphasizing the grievous impact of online child and online enticement by making mandatory the reporting of these crimes by electronic service providers to NCMEC’s .
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Establishing commission of subject matter experts to create voluntary best practices that tech industry may use to better prevent, reduce and respond to the online child sexual exploitation.
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NCMEC 15h
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Legislative solutions to reduce are needed now more than ever: Reports to CyberTipline increased 90.46% in first 6 months of 2020 compared to first 6 months of 2019. Reports relating to the online enticement of children increased over 93.33% over the same time period.
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NCMEC 15h
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So far this year, NCMEC has received over 18 million reports relating to child sexual exploitation to our CyberTipline – last year NCMEC received just under 17 million reports for all of 2019.
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NCMEC 15h
Replying to @MissingKids
So far this year, NCMEC has received over 18 million reports relating to child sexual exploitation to our CyberTipline – last year NCMEC received just under 17 million reports for all of 2019.
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