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The AviaTor project team is thrilled to present the 2022 Annual report. In contrast to the introductory report of 2021, which provided insight into the background, purpose and ambitions of the AviaTor tool, this report provides a deep dive into user s (...)
On the 29th of September 2022 the second AviaTor Peer 2 Peer Learning Event took place in Amsterdam. This was the first time the event took place in hybrid form. Here's a quick summary of what you've missed.
The sheer volume of industry reports reached over 29 million in 2021. Now more than ever, Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) require a prioritisation tool to help manage the increasing workload and rescue victims in a timely manner. Find out how AviaTor (...)
Ever since the internet became the biggest communication platform in the world, the amount of online child sexual abuse has been on the rise. The United States requires electronic service providers (ESPs) to report possible child sexual abuse material (...)
The AviaTor project team is proud to present its first Annual Report. This introductory report explains why AviaTor is a game-changer for LEAs processing NCMEC reports. It will take you through the developmental stages of AviaTor, provides you with a (...)
AviaTor was conceptualised as a tool which would improve the efficiency of Law Enforcement Agency's investigations into child sexual abuse and exploitation by prioritising all aspects of NCMEC reports. In doing so, its primary purpose is to enable law (...)