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CEOP highlights rise in child abuse reports

CEOP, the Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre, has stated that there has been a sizeable increase in reports of abuse from youngsters. In the last year, CEOP has received 6,300.. more
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Outgoing Chief Executive speaks out about CEOP merger plans

Last week, Jim Gamble resigned his position as Chief Executive of CEOP, the Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre, in protest at the government’s plans for the body (he’s set to.. more
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Kate and Gerry McCann join protest over CEOP merger plans

The parents of Madeleine McCann have joined the growing voices of protest against the government’s plans for the Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre or CEOP. The government intends to merge.. more
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CEOP chief resigns over government plans

Jim Gamble, the Chief Executive of CEOP (the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre), has resigned over the government’s plans for the organisation. The government wants to incorporate CEOP as part of the new National Crime Agency. However, Mr Gamble strongly believes that CEOP should.. more
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Facebook adopts CEOP panic button app

The whole CEOP and Facebook panic button debate has been going on for some time now. The so-called panic button being a prominent icon that allows a young person to click and report any inappropriate material they come across on the site to CEOP (the.. more
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CEOP says Facebook complaints almost quadrupled

The ruckus between the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) and Facebook continues, with Jim Gamble, CEO of the child protection agency, upping the ante. The row has been over Facebook’s refusal to make a panic button available on every page of the site... more
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