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Charlotte Conings has contributed to "Sweetie 2.0 - Using Artificial Intelligence to Fight Webcam Child Sex Tourism".

Charlotte Conings has contributed to

Charlotte Conings has contributed to "Sweetie 2.0 - Using Artificial Intelligence to Fight Webcam Child Sex Tourism".

13.08.2019 BE law

Charlotte Conings has contributed to the newly published "Sweetie 2.0 - Using Artificial Intelligence to Fight Webcam Child Sex Tourism".

This book centres on Webcam Child Sex Tourism and the Sweetie Project initiated by the children’s rights organization Terre des Hommes in 2013 in response to the exponential increase of online child abuse.

Charlotte provided the chapter on “Substantive and Procedural Legislation in Belgium to Combat Webcam-Related Sexual Child Abuse”, together with Sofie Royer and Gaëlle Marlier.

An overview and link to the table of contents can be found here.

 

Sweetie 2.0

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