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ASACP Gets Virtual for Webmaster Access Set to Discuss ‘Why You Should Care’

LOS ANGELES (May 29, 2020) — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) is pleased to announce its participation in Webmaster Access: The Virtual Conference, set for June 4-6.

“The virtual gathering of the year,” this edition of the long-running Webmaster Access series was designed to overcome concerns over COVID travel restrictions while providing the networking and resources that its events have become known for.

Respecting the rules of social distancing while bringing education and opportunities to attendees, Webmaster Access: The Virtual Conference offers more than 60 seminars and masterclasses from more than 150 presenters; plus leads that from benefit from AI-powered matchmaking technology; and one-on-one meetings that deliver a source for possible deals, investments, and jobs; as it brings together a diverse group of adult website operators and service providers, including more than 100 exhibitors at unique virtual booths.

The promoters of Webmaster Access have graciously provided ASACP with a Gold Sponsorship and virtual booth, for which ASACP is extremely grateful.

“These are tough times but we shall prevail. That means that we must recreate or even re-imagine the ways that we connect and do business together,” GFY Event Director Greta Gai said. “We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to meet with friends and colleagues and feel honored by the support of ASACP. Let’s go virtual!”

ASACP’s Executive Director Tim Henning will participate in the event, where he will educate stakeholders about the increasing need to protect children online and how ASACP services such as the Restricted To Adults (RTA) website meta-label, Best Practices and its Code of Ethics that help enable this endeavor.

“Webmaster Access has long attracted adult website operators, their affiliates, and suppliers from around the world,” Henning said. “Travel restrictions may keep us away from each other, but cannot keep us apart from one another. Webmaster Access: The Virtual Conference will provide a bridge that enables the association to reach the broadest audience possible with our timeless message of child protection and corporate responsibility.”

Saturday, June 6, from 6-7 p.m. on the main stage, Henning will join Kat Revenga, Fancentro’s VP of marketing and events, along with Pineapple Support founder and president Leya Tanit, for a seminar on “Why You Should Care,” which will educate attendees about the role they must play in supporting the industry’s associations, future, and talent while keeping children out of and away from adult-oriented entertainment.

“The adult industry owes a debt of gratitude and support to the nonprofit groups that serve the interests of the community and defend it where it matters most — among key lawmakers and decisionmakers, as well as in the personal lives of the performers that underpin the industry,” Henning concluded. “During these challenging times, we must all pitch in and help.”

For more information on how your company can help protect children online, email tim@asacp.org.

About ASACP

Founded in 1996, ASACP is a nonprofit organization dedicated to online child protection. ASACP is comprised of two separate entities, the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection and the ASACP Foundation. ASACP is a 501(c)(4) social welfare organization that manages a membership program that provides resources to companies to help them protect minors online, while the ASACP Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The ASACP Foundation battles online child exploitation through its CP Reporting Tipline, which has processed more than 1 million reports to date and helps parents prevent children from viewing age-restricted material online with its RTA (Restricted To Adults) website label (www.rtalabel.org). ASACP has invested 24 years in developing progressive programs to protect children, and its relationship in assisting the industry’s child protection efforts is unparalleled. For more information, visit ASACP.org.

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