Press & Media: News Releases / 2024
The Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) expresses its support for the newly introduced Online Harms Bill, a pivotal first step toward safeguarding Canadian children in digital environments they use every day.
Canadian Centre for Child Protection offering free Zoe & Molly resources for a limited time to support Safer Internet Day
Tracking social media’s failure to keep kids safe: Canadian Centre for Child Protection launches public archive documenting online harm
A new archive of media and public reports highlighting the failure of the technology industry to protect citizens from online harm is now available, as part of a public awareness initiative by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection.
With support from the Government of Canada, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) is launching a new campaign about how to respond to sextortion attempts, a crime that is reported to Cybertip.ca 10 times per day.
Survivor group asks Senate Judiciary Committee to question Mark Zuckerberg on end-to-end encryption implementation
The Phoenix 11, a powerful group of survivors, are asking members of the Senate Committee to question Mark Zuckerberg on the record about the harm that children will endure because of Meta’s December 6, 2023 decision to fully implement end-to-end encryption on Messenger and Instagram.