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From multimillion pound digital transformations to AI software preventing the spread of online hate, Leeds is packed with businesses blazing a trail.
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New innovative technology to help stop the spread of child sexual abuse material on end-to-end encrypted social media and online messaging platforms will be developed thanks to UK government funding.
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WeProtect Global Alliance, a global movement of more than 200 governments, private sector companies and civil society organisations to transform the global response to child sexual exploitation and abuse online, has today published its 2021 Global Threat Assessment.
Kirsten Brumfitt, VP of People at Leeds-based online safety tech company Crisp, a Tech Nation Future Fifty 9.0 alumnus, said that her company finds itself in ‘a battle for talent’ despite growing its headcount by 72% in the past 12 months.
It is also home to two futurecorns, the digital pharmacy service Pharmacy2U and risk intelligence platform Crisp, that are expected to reach unicorn valuation in the next few years.
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.
Crisp found vile abuse aimed at players, including comments about race and ethnicity and extreme personal abuse.
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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.