There's a role for the next president in curbing child online exploitation beyond the pandemic

By Donna Rice Hughes - - Tuesday, November 3, 2020

ANALYSIS/OPINION: The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an added level of horror for families trying to protect their children from Internet-related harms and parents, rightly so, are looking to government leaders for help.   

Prior to COVID-19, the online sexual exploitation of children was already at pandemic proportions. The reality we now live in has vastly increased online activity for kids due to virtual learning and an increased time indoors. Parents are increasingly concerned about the dangers associated with the use of digital tools and social media, where savvy sexual predators, traffickers and pornographers are aggressively preying on vulnerable children...


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