A bill pending in Congress seeks to impose obligations on private entities used by pedophiles, like banks and credit card companies, to stop child sex abuse. In the meantime, advocates are filling the gaps to help child victims exact justice on their abusers.
Lack of cooperation from internet service providers, limits to technology, and data privacy rules have hamstrung law enforcers running after perpetrators of online child sex abuse.
Cherry Salazar talks to a survivor and child’s rights advocates about the longterm impact of online sexual abuse.
Journalists reflect on their experiences reporting on image-based abuse.