The Technology Coalition is powered by leaders in the Internet services sector. Formed in 2006, the Coalition’s vision is to eradicate online child sexual exploitation. The group’s strategy is to sponsor the development of technology solutions that disrupt the ability to use the Internet to exploit children or distribute child pornography. The Technology Coalition works with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) and its sister agency, the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC), to identify and propagate technology solutions that create effective disruption.
In addition, the Technology Coalition seeks and creates platforms for collaboration with the private and public sectors for the creation of standards, the sharing of best practices and similar initiatives that advance the fight against online sexual exploitation of children.
The Technology Coalition’s efforts are structured with a view toward balancing the privacy interests of Internet users with its mission to eradicate online child sexual exploitation.
The Technology Coalition is funded by member companies and does not accept funding from any government agency or NCMEC.