An expert on combatting sexual exploitation said her organization warned social media platforms that once the COVID-19 lockdowns began, predatory grooming and sexual exploitation of children would “explode.”
During a virtual panel of experts with the National Coalition on Sexual Exploitation, the organization that unveiled its annual “Dirty Dozen List” Tuesday of corporations that allow or profit off sexual exploitation, The Christian Post asked what impact the end of the pandemic might have on those entities.
Jake Roberson, vice president and director of communications at NCOSE, said he hoped “it doesn’t ever take a pandemic or the end of a pandemic for any of these corporations or entities to make their products safer for all users, and especially for children.”
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Michael Gryboski