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Coalition Statement on REPORT Act Committee Passage

The End Online Sexual Exploitation and Abuse of Children (OSEAC) Coalition, a group of organizations committed to furthering policies that protect children online, commends the House Judiciary Committee on today’s markup of the Revising Existing Procedures On Reporting via Technology (REPORT) Act (H.R.5082).

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End OSEAC Survivors’ Council statement for the record for Jan. 31 hearing

Social media and technology have become ever-changing realms. We have seen the growth of these respective platforms exponentially as change across social media occurs every second. As more people begin and continue to gain access to social media, it is without a doubt that this has created an incredibly harmful reality for children, parents, and society as a whole.

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Survivor written testimony for Jan. 31 Senate Judiciary Committee hearing

What we initially considered fun took very dark turns for many of us. As children, we did not have the foresight to detect dangerous situations the way we might now or the way I at least do. As we were invited to chat groups and private messaging avenues on the apps, exposure to predators became concurrent with our social media experience.

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KOHS Taskforce

Online sexual exploitation and abuse of children (OSEAC), one of the worst forms of online abuse, is growing exponentially year after year, with no end in sight. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) reported that, from 2021-2022, the number of CyberTipline reports of suspected CSAM rose from 29.4 million to over 32 million, continuing the upward trend seen over the last fifteen years.

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