Dangerous online content is rampant in the EU – and it's not because of private chats

More than 1,700 websites in the EU may contain unreported child sexual abuse (CSAM) content, a new report has found.

These alarming findings come from a recent study conducted by the experts at Surfshark. Researchers have also looked into this problem globally, documenting an increase in CSAM reports being submitted to authorities. There were approximately 83 million reports between 2020 and 2022, with EU countries accounting for 3.1 million.

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