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Child sexual abuse material runs rampant on the internet thanks to popular social media platforms like Facebook, even despite attempts to crack down on its spread. We need scalable technology to address it.
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Crisp found vile abuse aimed at players, including comments about race and ethnicity and extreme personal abuse.
The biggest risks posed to enterprises are a variety of actors and groups, operating in real time across the world.
PM360 speaks to Crisp's Vikram Sharma on how the social landscape has changed for life science marketers.
Adverse commentary should be high on the risk
register for many companies already managing multiple threats during a period of rapid transformation: is your boardroom prepared?
A Yorkshire company is helping Champions League winners Chelsea protect its players from offensive social media posts.
British tech companies dedicated to making the internet a safer place have seen revenues soar in the last year.
Executives from General Mills, Hyatt Hotels, P&G, McDonald's and Crisp talk about the urgency of online threats and how real-life experiences impact communications policy.
Crisp, the most trusted provider of early-warning risk intelligence, today released a new survey in collaboration with Kroll, the world’s premier provider of services and digital products related to governance, risk and transparency, which revealed that social media is now considered a top corporate risk among communications leaders, exceeding cyber threats, extreme weather and supply chain disruptions
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The Online Safety Bill will help protect young people and clamp down on racist abuse online, while safeguarding freedom of expression.
Chelsea Football Club have committed to engaging the early warning risk intelligence agency Crisp to help identify, report and, where possible and dependent on platform functionality, remove hateful and discriminatory posts.
Insights from the Tech Nation Report 2021 reveal a number of successes the UK can celebrate, including world-leading growth in deep tech investment at 17%, while North America and Asia both experienced falling rates between 2019 and 2020.