Carolyn Bunting, General Manager of an independent, not-for-profit organisation called Internet Matters, sounds like a very sensible, intelligent woman. Internet Matters, formed to help parents teach their children to navigate the internet safely, is founded on a solid basis of research about online security.
Claire Lilley is the Head of Child Safety Online for the NSPCC. Her job entails acting as a spokesperson for the NSPCC where she is responsible for all policy and the charity’s work in relation to child safety online. She regularly represents the NSPCC in the media and at a variety of high-level influencing forums.
David Lattimore describes himself as the Technical Manager of the Digital Crime Unit LGC, specialising in the examination of computer and digital media equipment for forensic purposes. He has been involved in this type of work since 1992.
Steve Bailey is a Senior Child Protection Advisor at the National Crime Agency’s CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection agency) centre.
Will Richmond-Coggan is a partner at Pitmans LLP, a Thames Valley law firm. He is a solicitor-advocate with an interest in technology in general and the specialised disputes associated with that field in particular.
On 28 October, these five professionals will lead a panel discussion at the British Computer Society in London, on the topic of online grooming. We’re sure it will be a very enlightening and interesting evening.
…this discussion is also being promoted as a ‘Meetup’ by Sabine Kurjo McNeill.
Sabine is a McKenzie Friend, activist, and blogger, who believes (among other things) that children are arbitrarily ‘snatched’ from their loving families, and are ‘sold’ by social services to wealthy families who can afford to buy them. She believes that a mysterious cult of ‘satanic’ paedophiles pulls the strings at the highest levels. She believes that there is a huge nest of ‘satanic’ paedophiles operating in the schools and churches of Hampstead, where they regularly rape school-children, murder hundreds of babies, and eat their flesh (after it’s been roasted in a local Mcdonald’s). Despite her claims that she is a ‘children’s rights activist’, she has a history of supporting parents who have abused their children, has fled the country to avoid arrest, and subsequently has been arrested and is currently on bail.
We feel the above five professionals, all respected in their field, as well as the very reputable British Computer Society, deserve to know that Sabine is promoting this event, and that she plans to attend (and, if past performance is any indicator, to hijack it to promote her own loony agenda).
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