Activist's Case Against Telegram, Paytm For Enabling Child Sex Abuse Content | Read

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  • Published On: November 15, 2023
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Hyderabad-based child rights activist Sunitha Krishnan has filed a police complaint against messaging app Telegram and digital payment apps PhonePe and Paytm for allegedly abetting in the sale of child sex abuse material, or CSAM, and building an ecosystem that allows sexual exploitation of children. Ms Krishnan called on the popular digital platforms to take responsibility for the sale of CSAM via their networks, and demanded to know what protocols have been put in place to prevent distribution and sale of sexually explicit material involving children, including adult photography. Ms Krishnan also hit out at the tech platforms for "mindfully (and) wilfully" aiding in the spread of CSAM and has demanded they "be aware where (and how) they are earning their money".

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