Operated by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, Cybertip.ca’s mandate is to protect children from online sexual exploitation by:
Helping to Better Protect Youth Online
(February 10, 2015) From being lured or targeted online for a sexual purpose, to the creation and sharing of sexual images/videos that can result in cyberbullying among peers, young people are faced with navigating and building relationships within a fully integrated technological world.
Statement: Canadian Centre for Child Protection hosts a roundtable discussion with the Honourable Rona Ambrose, Minister of Health, and top health experts to discuss issues related to child sexual abuse and family violence
(December 15, 2014) It is through the Canadian Centre’s work in operating Cybertip.ca, Canada’s tipline for reporting online child sexual exploitation, that we have witnessed the growing proliferation of child sexual abuse images. In the past year alone, Cybertip.ca has assessed close to 25,000 images of child sexual abuse, over 50 per cent of which deal with children between 0 and 8 years of age.
Statement: Canadian Centre for Child Protection hosts a roundtable discussion with Prime Minister Stephen Harper and top experts to discuss a digital agenda for protecting Canada’s youngest and most vulnerable children
(October 10, 2014) Gathering focuses on tackling child sexual abuse images and material involving children under 12 years of age.
Help keep youth and children safe from online sexual exploitation
(September 26, 2014) the Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s Cybertip.ca tipline is acknowledging its 12th anniversary, as well as the third annual Cybertip.ca Awareness Day.
Alert for Parents: Sextortionists Targeting Teens
(September 4, 2014) In the last few weeks, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s Cybertip.ca program (Canada’s national tipline for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children) has seen a concerning rise in teenagers reporting issues surrounding the sharing of sexual images/videos with adults posing as teenagers.
Campaign provides Internet safety information to youth
(April 23, 2014) The Government of Yukon and the Canadian Centre for Child Protection launched the Need Help Now campaign to promote safe and responsible use of communication technologies among youth.