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Proyecto Arachnid, una herramienta que ayuda a las víctimas a poner fin al ciclo del abuso sexual

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Proyecto Arachnid, una herramienta que ayuda a las víctimas a poner fin al ciclo del abuso sexual

  1. 1. Proyecto Arachnid, una herramienta que ayuda a las víctimas a poner fin al ciclo del abuso sexual Stephen Sauer Director
  2. 2. A world where children are protected and safe @CdnChildProtect Canadian Centre for Child Protection August 2018 Model in image. Intended as illustrative.
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  4. 4. Our History
  5. 5. Child Safety and Family Advocacy Division 6
  6. 6. REDUCE THE AVAILABILITY OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE IMAGES ON THE INTERNET IDENTIFY MORE VICTIMS AND IMPROVE RESPONSE/SUPPORT SERVICES Project Arachnid Victim Identification, Intervention and Support Strategy Supporting Victims of Child Sexual Abuse Imagery Victims’ Voice Revised Child Welfare Intersections Other Interventions
  7. 7. International Survivors’ Survey • Survey for now-adult survivors of CSAM • Launched January 2016 • Goal: Understand unique needs of survivors and explore policy/legislative/therapeutic changes • Developed in consultation with an international working group • Outreach through media, law enforcement and other agencies working this space 8 Model in image. Intended as illustrative.
  8. 8. Considerations • Done online – respondent anonymity • Split into sections explaining the purpose • Encouraging participants to take breaks – access key • Narratives preferred over categories • Pre-screening questions to meet survey criteria • Survey still open – foreseeable future 9 Model in image. Intended as illustrative.
  9. 9. Survivors’ Survey: Demographics • 150 respondents • Four languages from eight countries • Consistent responses regardless of country/language 10
  10. 10. What We Learned from Survivors Model in image. Intended as illustrative.
  11. 11. Survivors’ Survey: Age Abuse Started/Ended & Duration 12
  12. 12. Offenders 13
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  15. 15. What We Learned from Survivors Model in image. Intended as illustrative.
  16. 16. Survivors’ Survey: Organized Abuse • Defined as “abuse that involves a child or multiple children being subjected to sexual abuse by multiple offenders working together to commit the abuse” • 49% of respondents were victims of organized abuse • The country or continent that the organized sexual abuse respondents lived in at the time of abuse was largely consistent with the overall respondent pool 17 Model in image. Intended as illustrative.
  17. 17. Survivors’ Survey: Organized Abuse – Demographics 18
  18. 18. What We Learned from Survivors Model in image. Intended as illustrative.
  19. 19. Uncovering Abuse 20 Model in image. Intended as illustrative.
  20. 20. What We Learned from Survivors Model in image. Intended as illustrative.
  21. 21. Survivors’ Survey: Impact on Education
  22. 22. Survivors’ Survey: Impact on Career
  23. 23. Survivor Survey: Lifelong Impacts Model in image. Intended as illustrative.
  24. 24. Reporting to Law Enforcement 26
  25. 25. What We Learned from Survivors Model in image. Intended as illustrative.
  26. 26. Survivors’ Survey: Recommendations for Change • Reduce the availability of CSAM on the internet. • Improve education and training on issue of CSA among professionals. • Strengthen the coordination and communication between all systems and entities that intersect • Develop systems and remedies to properly recognize the rights and unique needs of victims whose abuse was recorded. Model in image. Intended as illustrative.
  27. 27. Meeting with Survivors • Organized by C3P and NCMEC • Retreat held in Phoenix in February 2018 • Learn about unique needs • Trauma experts, attorneys, LEA • Peer support network – therapeutic approach • Recording VIS • Summit held in Winnipeg in July 2018 • Formed tactical agenda…
  28. 28. Tactical Agenda Aim • Collective, powerful voices of survivors to make change Tactics • Community Impact Statement for court purposes • Advocacy Impact Statement • Governments • Industry • Courts
  29. 29. Moving Forward • Promote the Survivor Survey • Remains open • Promote the Family Survey (once available) • C3P continues to move forward with the Tactical Advocacy Agenda
  30. 30. Project Arachnid SEP 2018
  31. 31. What is Project Arachnid? • Platform to reduce public availability of CSAM • Victim focused • Finds CSAM based on PhotoDNA and human intel • Sends takedown notices to providers
  32. 32. Where do hashes (fingerprints) come from? • NCMEC • RCMP • City/regional police services in Canada • Interpol (ICSE) • hashes (public reporting) • 8 million + currently
  33. 33. Where does Project Arachnid find CSAM? • Open websites – links from URLs with known CSAM • Forums/chatrooms • Tor hidden services • Industry proactive submissions
  34. 34. How does Arachnid flag CSAM for review?
  35. 35. Scraping Tor Hidden Services (Dark Web) • Larger archives typically encrypted / split / stored on the open web • Arachnid has index of known passwords as posted in forum • Arachnid will automatically decrypt and expand archive for analyst assessment • Encrypted archives can evade proactive ESP efforts
  36. 36. Arachnid Industry API • Focus on trained analyst assessment vs industry • Image scanning • Hash matching / download • URLs – blocking / intelligence • 3 Tiers • Pre-upload blocking (hash filtering) • Post-upload blocking (notices) • Content Filtering (URL blocking) • Media that violates TOS (non-csam)
  37. 37. Arachnid Dashboard…
  38. 38. How is content removed?
  39. 39. Notices – Age verified (Post pubescent) • Verification directly with LEA • Associating media • High compliance rate on notices sent to providers • High volume of content in “plain view” on adult pornography sites • difficulty in hotline assessment • Works well for self / peer produced material
  40. 40. Overall Notice / Takedown success rate • Top 25% Under 2hrs • Top 50% Under 12hrs • Bottom 10% ~ 30days
  41. 41. Notice success rate – Good Examples • Finding correct abuse@ contact is key – CSAM specific • Best providers white list Arachnid for auto- action • Reporting collateral user content
  42. 42. Notice success rate – Room for Improvement…
  43. 43. Question… When do the number of *UNIQUE* images/videos detected per month start going down?
  44. 44. Unique Images / month (Since Jan 2017)
  45. 45. How do Hotlines Participate? • Agreement / Arachnid Orb • Assess media – not urls • Classify irrespective of geographic location • Notices sent in North America • Reports sent to ICCAM or ESP / Both • Branded notices
  46. 46. Participating Hotline Benefits • Removes geographic based assessment shortcomings • Media intelligence for Analysts: • Series knowledge • Victim identified? - Analyst wellness • Use of resultant data – Sum of our parts • URLs / Hashes • Support resource for survivors in tipline country • Shared platform for attacking Darkweb advertised material
  47. 47. How does Arachnid help LEA? •Submission of hash values into Arachnid where distribution is not known • Project Iceberg • RCMP video example •Discovery of media that has not been previously seen by LEA •Pulling hash values from Arachnid API relating to victim impact statements •API for Law enforcement (in development)
  48. 48. Where do we go from here? • Focus on rights of child victims vs strict criminal code def’s • Collaborative classification – international approach • More analysts reviewing material, focusing in the same direction • Increased industry involvement in use of Arachnid API • Branding notices in the native language of the destination country/company
  49. 49. Thanks! Stephen Sauer Director of
  50. 50. Socios y aliados Apoyan