Union Minister Maneka Gandhi held a meeting with various stakeholders today and proposed establishment of a global alliance for identifying and eliminating child sexual abuse material from the "dark internet", an official said.
She discussed the various ways for making cyber space safe for children with the representatives of the UNICEF, online streaming service Netflix and Family Online Safety Institute NGO, the ministry official said.
Through the UN, the ministry wants to collaborate on an international platform to curb child pornography which occupies 38 per cent of the internet space, he said.
"Based on the idea that what one can't see, one won't want, Gandhi said the aim of the ministry is to launch a crackdown on the dark internet," the official said.
She shared her view on the urgent need to establish a global alliance which can identify and eliminate Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) from the Internet.
She also proposed that the ministry is prepared to work with all stakeholders for establishing this alliance.
The ministry has expressed interest in coming up with a series in collaboration with Netflix that aims to educate children on 'good touch bad touch'.
The ministry has also advised Netflix to generate more gender-sensitive and child-friendly content.
Gandhi in June held a round-table conference on cyber crimes against women and children where representatives from Twitter, Facebook, UNICEF, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) and NASSCOM were present, among others.
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