1. Business requirements
Members must have a desire to combatting online CSEA and a desire to help expand the capacity of the tech industry to combat online CSEA.
3. Published standards
Members must prohibit child sexual exploitation and abuse material in their terms of service, community guidelines, or other publicly available policies or statements.
Members must be able to receive reports of and take action, as appropriate, on illegal CSEA.
5. Technical solutions
Members must commit to helping further technological approaches to mitigating online CSEA.
Members must support transparency and accountability in the fight against online CSEA.
7. Relevant Frameworks
Members must have a commitment to respect for human rights and children’s rights and must take steps to familiarize themselves with relevant international policy frameworks and codes of practice relating to online CSEA.
8. Partnership with civil society
Members must commit to engaging, individually or collectively, with civil society groups, including those who represent the voices of survivors, researchers, and legal, privacy and other relevant experts.
9. Commitment to engage
Members must commit to active membership, including participation in membership and committee meetings as appropriate, identify a lead representative, and commit to the timely payment of dues.
The Technology Coalition membership is a tiered system. Different tiers offer different opportunities to get involved with the governance of the Technology Coalition, with different levels of funding required. Those tiers are summarized below.
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