Entrepreneurs around the globe trust GoDaddy to bring their ideas to life online. As one of the world’s largest online service providers, GoDaddy takes seriously our role in protecting our customer’s websites from malicious cyberattacks and preventing illegal activities on our platforms. In particular, GoDaddy takes an unsparing stance when it comes to hosting Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM). We do not allow content that sexually exploits or endangers minors. We use robust procedures and tools to detect, remove, and report hosted CSAM on our platform. In this workshop we will discuss how we’ve helped to protect children – within our systems and beyond – and how we fight this abhorrent crime.
GoDaddy's history of protecting children
GoDaddy's engineering and operational strategies for removing CSAM from our platform
GoDaddy's human-first approach to employee wellness