To fight sexual abuse and exploitation of children, European Union member states must work more closely with each other and with Europol and the IT industry, according to the European Parliament.
MEPs on December 14 approved a non-legislative resolution assessing the implementation of the 2011 EU directive on combating sexual abuse of children. Drafted by Anna Maria Corazza Bildt (EPP, SE), the resolution was passed by 597 votes to 6, with 20 abstentions.
“Member states must do more, bette...
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