Stopline: Online reporting office Stopline – 30 percent relevant reports

In total, more than 9,000 reports on sexual abuse depictions of minors or national socialist re-activation on the internet were received in 2019.

Despite having received a great number of reports in 2018, the total number of reports decreased in 2019; however, the overall total is still significantly above the long-term average. Particularly remarkable was the very high rate of relevant reporting of which approximately one third was classified as illegal by Stopline.

Stopline is an initiative of ISPA and is funded by the EU program "Connecting Europe Facility (CEF)" and the Austrian Domain-Registry nic.at.

Stopline Annual Report (PDF)

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