Press statement of Vice-President Jourova on the meeting with the Code of Practice on Disinformation Signatories.
The Eurobarometer on Online Child Sexual Abuse reveals two things. how bad people think the situation has got. and how willing people are to do something about it.
Last week, the European Commission released the results of the latest Flash Eurobarometer survey. Over 26,000 people across all 27 EU Member States were asked their views on the protection of children against child sexual abuse.
The result revealed two things. One grim, one encouraging.
It has been a while since my last blog and the weeks since have been very busy! During this time, I have continued my tour of EU Member States. I always try to meet a broad spectrum of stakeholders during these missions.
For my EU proposal to fight child sexual abuse, the last two weeks have been a tale of two articles.
To defeat crime locally, we must fight crime internationally
Looking back at 2022 – building international partnerships amid a “perfect storm” of crises
2022 became the year in which war returned to the European continent, just as we were slowly emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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From Stockholm to Sicily, from Dublin to Dubrovnik, organised crime is becoming more widespread, more violent, and more of a threat to the integrity of European society.
Návrh nařízení Evropské komise o předcházení pohlavnímu zneužívání dětí a boji proti němu se zaměřuje na ochranu dětí, pokud jde o jejich fyzickou stránku, jejich soukromí i jejich budoucnost.