Latest: Dissident Dutch author A.H.J. Dautzenberg alleges serious malpractice on the part of Tim Ballard in his new exclusive: Gruesome Consequences of a Hysterical Witch Hunt, in which mistreatment of his friend Marthijn Uittenbogaard and his partner is also exposed. Both remain incarcerated in Ecuador on trumped-up charges. Legal process has recommenced (see updates).
INHOPE (International Association of Internet Hotlines, f. 23rd November 1999) is an Amsterdam-based international association of public hotlines (or "tiplines") geared towards reporting child pornography, "hate speech websites", "child grooming" and "self harm websites". It aims to maintain anonymity for reporters.
It lists as it's aims:
- To establish and support effective national hotlines.
- To train and support new hotlines
- To foster ongoing Internet safety awareness and education throughout Europe
- The establishment of effective common procedures for receiving and processing reports
The association was founded and funded under the European Commission’s Safer Internet programme (now EC Safer Internet plus Programme), which "aims to promote safer use of the internet and new technology".
- IWF (a virtually unaccountable organisation known for censorship and generally unethical behaviour)
- Meldpunt Kinderporno (NL)
- Cyprus, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Slovenia, Poland, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Taiwan, Australia, Canada, South Korea.