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NCRC, Meta Team Up for Kids’ Privacy with “Take It Down”

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The Chairperson @ncrcpak @ayesharazafarooq and the Minister of Law & Justice Senator Azam Nazeer Tarar had a meeting with @Meta and @ncmec team to discuss the launch of the “Take It Down” portal in Pakistan!
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This innovative platform will empower children under 18 years to prevent the non-consensual sharing of intimate images/videos and ensure their privacy and safety online.
Launching soon in Urdu, the “Take It Down” portal is a significant step forward in protecting the digital rights of children across the nation.
Here’s the link to the portal:
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