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The catechism needs to be more explicit against capital punishment. The Pope insists that capital punishment is inadmissible under any circumstance. ...read more
The Declaration of Rome was the final document produced by participants at the ‘Child Dignity in the Digital World’, world congress that ended last week. This “first-of-its-kind” document is a comprehensive list of recommendations and action items what will be the starting point for a unified, global attack against online child sex abuse and exploitation: implemented by governments, industry, church and law-enforcement agencies alike. ...read more
Microsoft has been in the fight against online Child abuse for decades. Jacqueline Beauchere, the Chief Online Safety Officer at Microsoft shares some of policies and technologies they’ve developed, in response to this rapidly growing crisis while Antigone Davis, the Head of Global Safety Policy from Facebook, gives a stirring address, about some of the ethical and moral questions that underline their work. ...read more
Peter MacKay, Canada’s former Minister of Foreign Affairs under the Harper government is in Rome attending the conference and talks to us about why he's there, what he brings & what he hopes to take away from the conference. ...read more
In today’s extended edition of Perspectives, we’ll continue our highlight coverage of the “Child Dignity in the Digital World” congress, with some exclusive interviews with some leaders in the fight against child sex abuse. ...read more
Child Dignity in the Digital World Conference, is bringing together politicians, internet entrepreneurs, law enforcement and NGOs from all over the world, to discuss ideas and policies on how to keep children safe online. The Salt and Light team is on the ground in Rome covering the congress, and over the next few days, we will bring you special coverage, footage, and interviews from this event. ...read more