The Technology Coalition
Who We Are
The Technology Coalition is a global alliance of leading technology firms that have come together to build tools and advance programs that protect children from online sexual exploitation and abuse. Our growing, diverse membership includes:
A global tech industry that’s fully mobilized to keep all children safe from online sexual exploitation and abuse.
Investing in accelerating the development and uptake of groundbreaking technology to support the cross-industry approach to thwarting CSEA.
Bringing together industry, governments and civil society to drive collective action.
Funding research to advance our understanding of the experiences and patterns of online CSEA and learn from effective efforts to help prevent, deter, and combat it.
Information and Knowledge Sharing
Ensure high-impact information, expertise and knowledge sharing across the industry to disrupt and help prevent online CSEA.
Transparency and Accountability
Driving greater accountability and consistency across industry by sharing collective insights through meaningful reporting of online CSEA across member platforms and services.
We regularly host events for the tech industry at-large to discuss topics related to fighting online child sexual exploitation, including a Policy and Legal Forum and an Engineering Summit. In addition, we are the sole host of the “Tech Track” at the Dallas Crimes Against Children Conference, one of the largest conferences of its kind in the world. If you are interested in learning more or in getting involved, please send us a note by using the ‘Contact Us’ section of this website.
Google is deeply committed to fighting the spread of CSAM and preventing our platforms from being used to share this kind of abhorrent content. We're proud of our long standing partnership with the Technology Coalition, and value the opportunity to work with our industry partners to ensure we develop and share ground breaking technological advancements. The Technology Coalition plays a vital role in the effort to make the internet a safer place for all of us.
Facebook takes very seriously its responsibility to keep children safe on our platforms and to share back what we’ve learned to other companies. We are grateful for the support of the Tech Coalition because we know no one company can fight online child exploitation alone. Together with our industry partners we are able to develop and build practical ways to make the internet safer for our children.
When it comes to a cross-industry space to navigate the challenges of fighting child sexual exploitation, there is simply no alternative that compares to the community found among our colleagues within the Technology Coalition. We are able to share our challenges and our successes with this group and we are met by the people from across the Tech Industry who are willing to support us and join us in our fight against child sexual exploitation. #TheyDidn'tPlanOnUs
Adobe is a proud member of the Technology Coalition and we believe in its mission-critical work to bring industry members together to help combat online child sexual exploitation. We are committed to collaborating with other industry partners to drive technological, policy, and operational advancements that may prevent future harm to children and the broader online community.
Roblox is proud to be a member of the Technology Coalition and fully supports their mission to make the web a safer place for everyone, and especially for children and young adults. Roblox is dedicated to providing our community with the safest experience possible and value working with fellow members on our combined efforts to make the Internet a safer place for children.
As proud members of the Tech Coalition, Snapchat is committed to combating online child sexual exploitation and maintaining a safe and secure place for our community. We look forward to continuing this effort as we work together to create impactful solutions for the broader community.
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