CSA: the need for digital buffers

Technology clearly plays a key role in investigating child sexual exploitation. Patrick Horgan, Law Enforcement Liaison Officer with Griffeye, argues that while it can be a double-edged sword - leading to increasingly large backlogs of digital evidence - it can also be used to protect investigators from the psychological damage caused by having to view extreme content

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