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11-13 NYC – Thank You Warriors! Accused Sex Trafficker Peter Nygard Signage Finally Taken Down in Times Square

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Thank you Warriors! WE did it! PETER NYGARD SIGN CAME DOWN THIS WEEK IN TIMES SQUARE! Our continued pressure, our calls and e-mails made THEM respond and finally remove.Now we don’t have to look at this accused sexual predator, trafficker, fraudster, child rapist and more. #ProtectOurChildren Image
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11-12 WARRIORS FRIDAY CALL TO ACTION! Call Out AT&T/HBO “Programming Porn” for Kids

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#HollywoodHustle FRIDAY CALL TO ACTION. JOIN US.
Parents Television and Media Council calls out & gives us the facts about AT&T/HBO & their greedy CEO John Stankey putting profit over the human dignity and safety of our kids. #ChildPornProgramming #SexualExploitation#ProfitOverSafety Let’s hold this “entertainment” empire accountable now. Please sign the attached petition SAYING ENOUGH.
Thank you.💙
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11-11 TAKE ACTION: Ask Your Senators to Eliminate the Statute of Limitations for Child Sex Abuse!

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Studies reveal that survivors of childhood sexual abuse delay disclosure for an average of 20 to 50 years, a common trauma response to a crime that no child should ever have to live through. However, a bill was just introduced in the Senate to ensure that survivors of child sexual abuse can seek justice whenever they are ready to come forward.

The Eliminating Limits to Justice for Child Sex Abuse Victims Act will remove the statute of limitations for child sexual abuse and exploitation.

Please, email your senators today and ask them to co-sponsor this critical legislation. 

Every survivor deserves justice. Join us in calling on every member of the Senate to support and co-sponsor the Eliminating Limits to Justice for Child Sex Abuse Victims Act today!

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11-10 Using the Power of Technology to Fight Online Human Trafficking

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  • There has been a surge of online human trafficking, exploitation, and abuse in recent years.
  • Companies and organizations are teaming up to fight this with technology.
  • Current technologies can reduce crimes but future technologies will be able to help prevent them.

With the digitalization of the trafficking industry, obstacles in investigation efforts are becoming even more severe. Easy communication, photo-editing tools, disposable “burner” phones, code words, slang, and reused content make it difficult for law enforcement officers to connect the dots. Fortunately, there are digital technologies now that can help combat trafficking on a grand scale. Numerous artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), computer generated imagery (CGI), and big data analysis tools have been developed or are already in use within the anti-trafficking space, bringing some much needed reinforcements in the fight against online trafficking, abuse, and exploitation.

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11-9 Sheriff Says Tech Companies Not Doing Enough To Stop Child Porn

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POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA  Sheriff Grady Judd is calling out big tech companies, saying they’re not doing enough to stop the spread of child pornography. In late September, Polk County Sheriff’s Office investigators made a major bust, identifying suspects in possession of child pornography that originated from countries all over the world.

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11-8 Google Now Lets People Under 18 Or Their Parents Request To Delete Photos From Search Results, Giving Kids More Control Over Their Digital Footprint

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Google is rolling out the ability for kids, teens and their parents to request to have pictures deleted from the company’s image search results.

The new privacy option was one of many changes the company announced in August in an effort to preemptively build in additional protections for users under the age of 18. Google’s other planned safeguards include making video uploads private by default, and disabling and weeding out some “overly commercial” YouTube kids content, including unboxing videos.

Anyone under the age of 18 or their parent or guardian can ask Google to remove an image from appearing in search results by filling out this request form. You’ll need to specify that you’d like Google to remove “Imagery of an individual currently under the age of 18” and provide some personal information, the image URLs and search queries that would surface the results.

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lynnswarriors11-8 Google Now Lets People Under 18 Or Their Parents Request To Delete Photos From Search Results, Giving Kids More Control Over Their Digital Footprint
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11-7 Did You Know That November is National Runaway Prevention Month?

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November is National Runaway Prevention Month. Communities must learn more about this. Get the facts. Know what strategies work to prevent runaways. Most kids will fall victims to human trafficking and sexual exploitation within 48 hours.Let’s all talk to the kids. Engage. Educate. Empower. Learn more. #BeAWarrior💙 #ProtectOurChildren 1-800-RUNAWAY A great resource is National Runaway Safeline. Learn more

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11-6 ACT NOW: Ask Your Senators to Eliminate the Statute of Limitations for Child Sex Abuse!

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