Yubo Joins Forces with the NCMEC to Combat Online Sexual Exploitation
Yubo is a popular social platform dedicated to helping young members of Generation Z connect with friends, discover new content, and create meaningful relationships and communities. Recently it announced a collaboration with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) to combat online sexual exploitation.
Through this collaboration, it is working to provide a safer online environment for its members. Yubo is leveraging NCMEC’s expertise and up-to-date information on online predators and sexually-based exploitation. The platform is applying these resources in its use of purpose-built algorithms to detect suspicious behavior and underage users proactively. This helps to ensure that it is a safe and secure platform for its young users.
Yubo created a team of dedicated safety experts from across the organization, actively working to keep the platform free from online predators. Additionally, it provides strong customer support, comprehensive safety guidelines, and impactful educational content for its users.
NCMEC is an independent non-profit organization that collaborates with the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to protect children from online harm. NCMEC staff and resources will now be available to Yubo so the platform can better respond to reports of exploitation and other safety concerns.
Yubo provides a vital platform for young people to learn, create, and express themselves freely, and it is continually striving to create a safe digital space for these kids. This new collaboration with NCMEC is taking an important step forward in ensuring that future generations enjoy the same safe and secure digital experiences.