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Financial Coalition Against Child Pornography

The Financial Coalition Against Child Pornography is a coalition of 34 leading banks, credit card companies, electronic payment networks, third-party payments companies and Internet services companies dedicated to putting an end to commercial child pornography.

Members of the Financial Coalition Against Child Pornography include:

AOL Inc.Green Dot Corporation
American Express CompanyHSBC - North America
Banco BradescoJP Morgan Chase
Bank of AmericaMasterCard
The Bank of New York - MellonMicrosoft
Capital OneNational Processing Company
Chase Paymentech SolutionsNorth American Bancard
CyberSourcePremier Bankcard, LLC
Deutsche Bank AmericasProPay Inc.
Discover Financial ServicesStandard Chartered Bank
Elavon, IncVisa
First Data CorporationWells Fargo
First National Bank of OmahaWePay
Global Payments Inc.Western Union
GoogleYahoo! Inc

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FCACP white paper: Internet Merchant Acquisition and Monitoring Sound Practices to Help Reduce the Proliferation of Commercial Child Pornography FCACP Full Participant List Internet Merchant Acquisition and Monitoring Best Practices for Prevention and Detection of Commercial Child Pornography Technology Challenges White Paper FCACP Report on Trends in Online Crime Report regarding the legal framework to be considered by a coalition of stakeholders against commercial sexual exploitation of children over the Internet - Asia Pacific region Commercial Child Pornography – A brief snapshot of the FCACP 2016

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