The guys over at JMC Technologies have produced an interesting graphic which explores how CCTV can be used in criminal investigations. I’m not sure how many video cameras there are in Irish towns and cities, but I suspect the number has been growing over the last few years.
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Here’s the interview we promised you with Interpol’s Mick Moran. We aired a video extract from this just over a week ago; now here’s the extended interview, just under 30 minutes, recorded when Interpol’s Assistant Director for Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation paid an informal visit to Blacknight HQ while on holidays in Ireland recently. Click on the […]
Last month Mick Moran dropped into Blacknight’s office in Carlow. As Interpol‘s Assistant Director for Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation, he has a particular interest in Internet governance and over the years he’s attended meetings of ICANN and other industry bodies. In the process he’s gotten to know our CEO, Michele Neylon, so he called in to say hello when […]
Child sexual abuse is a distressing subject to think about, but it’s important not to let that get in the way of playing our part in the fight against it. For this reason, INHOPE, the global network of Internet hotlines, which includes Hotline.ie, has produced a video explaining its work, and the important role played by members […]
As the Hotline.ie service operated by the ISP Association of Ireland marks 15 years in operation, the head of that organisation has warned that ‘provocative’ or ‘cheeky’ images which are being generated by children themselves are being used by paedophiles online. Paul Durrant, CEO and General Manager of Hotline.ie, is our guest on today’s podcast. Click on the player above to listen to the show, […]
The Hotline.ie service run by the Internet Service Providers Association of Ireland is marking 15 years of full operations, fighting against the distribution of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM). Internet Service Providers Association of Ireland members fund Hotline.ie so the Irish public who accidentally encounter suspected CSAM when using the Internet can report it anonymously and […]