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CSA: the need for digital buffers

Technology clearly plays a key role in investigating child sexual exploitation. Patrick Horgan, Law Enforcement Liaison Officer with Griffeye, argues that while it can be a double-edged sword - leading to increasingly large backlogs of digital evidence - it can also be used to protect investigators from the psychological damage caused by having to view extreme content.

CSA: the need for digital buffers

Date - 22nd October 2019
By - Patrick Horgan
The Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation Conference took place in London last week. The conference is one of many important events bringing together professionals from different agencies across the UK to discuss how to better protect children from...
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