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Potential Improvements in the Organisational Structures for Combating Child Abuse Images in the Internet

Potential Improvements in the Organisational Structures for Combating Child Abuse Images in the Internet

The purpose of these anonymous interviews had been to extract unfiltered feedback, suggestions and criticism directly out of the practical fieldwork while protecting the interview partners from concerns for potential reaction in media for any comment made.

The interviews allow identifying possible courses of action for policy makers and provide a comprehensive list of suggestions of the interview partners how to optimize the current set up of involved organizations and processes.

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Project Description

This short study for the BMFSFJ forms the operative working basis for the specialist commission 1 of I-KiZ, the Centre for Child Protection on the Internet. The suggestions for improvement gathered are constantly extended. The study is based on 14 qualitative and anonymously held interviews with experts, which directly and by profession are involved in combating child abuse images in the Internet, such as representatives of law enforcement, hotlines, ISPs or victim associations.

Project Information


Duration: 2011-2014

Cooperation Partner

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Prof. Dr. Per Christiansen, MSc (LSE)
Senior Visiting Research Fellow

Prof. Dr. Per Christiansen, MSc (LSE)

Leibniz-Institut für Medienforschung │ Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI)
Rothenbaumchaussee 36
20148 Hamburg

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