We utilize online tools to intercept potentially abusive behavior and encourage people to stop and seek help.
We leverage the digital footprints of child abuse to find victims faster and stop potential future abuse.
We work with companies, and in the dark web and P2P networks to make online environments hostile to abusive behavior.
Leveraging tech can help find sex trafficking victims faster.
On February 15, 2017, Thorn Co-Founder Ashton Kutcher testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, providing his recommendations to end trafficking.
Driving technology to combat child sexual abuse means empowering everyone in our network to do their job more effectively. For law enforcement we built Spotlight, and they’re using it to find kids faster.
Help Us Fight Back
Every moment counts, and our supporters allow us to be at the forefront of this fight. 100% of our donations go directly to supporting our programs and products that identify children faster, deter predators, and disrupt abuse environments.