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NetClean Labs | 24/06/2017

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About Head of NetClean

Anna Borgström

Anna Borgström

Anna Borgström is the Director and Head of NetClean and has worked at NetClean since 2009. She has worked with organisations and governments worldwide to combat online child sexual exploitation through introducing and lobbying for the uptake of new and leading technical solutions, which work to save children from harm. Anna has worked with innovative solutions within the Telco and IT industry for 20 years. She has managed large cross-cultural customer projects with cross-border complexity, and secured quality and delivery to international telecom operators, multinational companies and government organisations. Making a difference through combining social responsibility, ethically sustainable businesses and technology is something that drives Anna and her commitment to the industry.

Posts By Anna Borgström

The myth of child sexual abuse happening ‘somewhere else’

08/06/2017 |

There is a common misconception that the children in child sexual abuse material are primarily from Asia. However, our recent survey (NetClean Report 2016) show that the material that the police handle in their investigations primarily feature children from Europe and … Read More

The myth of the harmless hands-off offender

27/04/2017 |

Why is it so important to fight child sexual abuse material? Is it not just a picture, and does it really matter if someone looks at an image?

There are several reasons why it matters. Each image or video is … Read More

New report highlights importance of fighting child sexual abuse material

13/03/2017 |

New report highlights how important the fight against the dissemination of child sexual abuse material really is. A new study*, published in Sweden this February, reveals that children suffer just as much, if not more, from sexual abuse that happens … Read More

Doing business the right way

03/02/2017 |

In January, Interpol announced that they have identified 10,000 child victims of online sexual abuse in their International Child Sexual Exploitation (ICSE) image database.

In the interviews that followed the publication of the data, Mick Moran, Head of Vulnerable Communities … Read More

How can businesses help prevent the sexual exploitation of children online?

17/01/2017 |

That will be discussed at World Economic Forum in Davos, starting today. Ericsson is one of the driving forces behind the issue, co-hosting an event on the subject together with the UN Foundation.

In a blog on the World Economic … Read More