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Nobody creates an app, platform or service and launches it in order for it to be abused. We know that your service is there to make the world a better place, whether that’s by connecting people, sharing their media with the world or some clever model we don’t even know about yet.

Sadly, bad things happen, and there are people who will seek to make use of your service for malicious purposes. In a 2018 survey of British internet users, 45% said that they had experienced harm online. In particular, people can be harmed by online content that they see, hear or watch, as well as by interactions with other users. Worse still, these harms come in many forms, and the list is constantly growing:

  • Online Child Grooming
  • Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM)
  • Sextorsion
  • Revenge Porn
  • Grooming
  • Extremist material
  • Hate speech
  • Fake news

Big companies have the resources to tackle these. In 2018, Mark Zuckerburg testified:

We now have about 15,000 people working on security and content review. We’ll have more than 20,000 by the end of this year.

  • Mark Zuckerberg

Small companies that still want to serve and protect their users don’t have these kind of resources, but we believe that they should still be able to keep their platforms clean.

That’s why we’re developing Human-Safe. It’s a service that’s beautifully simple to use, but powerful on the inside.