Rosalia Rivera and Sarah Gardner discuss the need to hold tech giants accountable for child safety, particularly in the context of Apple’s failure to detect and remove child sexual abuse material from its platforms.

They emphasize the urgency of this issue and the need for collective action to ensure the safety of children online. Rivera and Sarah Gardner also discuss Apple’s role in addressing child sexual abuse, the tension between privacy and child safety, and the importance of holding companies accountable for their actions or lack of action.

Action Items

[ ] Share the heat campaign and podcast with one other person to spread awareness

[ ] Sign the heat petition on their website calling on Apple to make requested safety changes

[ ] Support passage of the Kids Online Safety Act and contact members of Congress

[ ] Share HEAT’s social media content and sign the open letter supporting their demands along with other organizations

[ ] Continue coalition-building and campaigning efforts against Apple

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