A movement for online security for children and youth.

Through powerful invasive technologies such as location tracking and facial recognition software, social media platforms enable predators and abusers to sneak through digital loopholes and victimize unsuspecting kids. It’s happening right now.

We can do something about it. We can hold industry accountable to establish real safety standards that protect kids and youth.

 

The Red Hood Project seeks:

 

  • Age verification and enhanced site supervision for users under 16
  • Disabled location software, facial recognition and behavioral monitoring of young users
  • Default privacy settings for all mobile devices sold for young users

 

Families need consumer protection and product liability for social media and web developers. Contact your mobile provider and elected representative and tell them parents and families need effective tools that really work.

Join the RED HOOD PROJECT and help protect kids online today.

Contact the Prime Minister of Canada here.

Contact the Honourable Shelly Glover, minister responsible for the CRTC here, and contact Ms. Chantal Bernier, Privacy Commissioner of Canada here.

 

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