Poll reveals CSAM scanning would alienate 80% of teenagers

07/03/2023 | EDRi

A study of 13 EU Member States commissioned by European Digital Rights (EDRi) and the Pirate Party Members of the European Parliament has found 80% of teenagers between 13 to 17 years old would not feel comfortable being politically active or exploring their sexuality should digital communication monitoring practices come into force in order to screen for Child Sexual Abuse Material

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Child sexual abuse material, CSAM

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