Isis: protecting children in online social networks.

Rashid, Awais and Rayson, Paul and Greenwood, Phil and Walkerdine, James and Duquenoy, Penny and Watson, Patrick and Brennan, Margaret and Jones, Matt. (2009) Isis: protecting children in online social networks. In: Advances in the analysis of online paedophile activity, international conference, 2nd-3rd June 2009, Paris.

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Abstract

The aim of the Isis project is to develop an ethics-centred monitoring framework and tools for supporting law enforcement agencies in policing online social networks for the purpose of protecting children. The project is developing natural language analysis techniques to help identify child sex offenders from chat logs and monitoring mechanisms that can be noninvasively attached to file sharing systems for identifying the distributors of child abuse media. The ethical issues associated with such monitoring activities are studied through consultations with representatives from stakeholder communities and fed back into the development of the framework and tools. The project results are to be used and evaluated by specialist international law enforcement agencies as part of their own policing activities.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Research Areas:School of Science and Technology > Computer and Communications Engineering
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