On Dec. 21, 2020, a law in the European Union (EU) called the e-Privacy Directive will take effect, and stop the use of technology that helps identify child victims of sexual exploitation online. That means law enforcement won’t be able to track down a child predator and rescue a child living in a dangerous place.
We cannot let that happen.
Fill out the form below and add your name to our petition, calling on EU legislators to allow an exception for law enforcement to use technology to protect children and stop predators?
Lawmakers in the European Union are voting on this very issue on December 7. By adding your name today, you will be stepping up to shield a child who doesn’t have anyone to turn to for help.
Please add your name to the growing list of people urging lawmakers in the EU to allow law enforcement to use technology to track down victims of child abuse and exploitation.
You’ll be doing something remarkable: standing up and shining a bright light on child abuse.
Please, fill out the form at the top of this page and be the shield a child living in danger needs.