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ASACP Honors MojoHost, Segpay, and TES Affiliate Conferences as its Newest Featured Sponsors

LOS ANGELES (June 3, 2024) — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) is pleased to honor MojoHost, Segpay, and TES Affiliate Conferences as its Featured Sponsors for June 2024.

ASACP is a nonprofit organization that has worked for nearly 28 years to promote online child safety. It relies on the support of numerous companies, organizations, and individuals committed to protecting children from online harm.

ASACP’s Featured Sponsors are esteemed leaders in the industry, recognized for their significant contributions to corporate responsibility, ethical business practices, and the implementation of technical measures for child safety. These measures are not just about shielding minors and sensitive users from accidental exposure to age-restricted materials online, but they are also about protecting the innocence and safety of our children, a cause that resonates deeply with all of us.

Executive Director Tim Henning extends his heartfelt appreciation for the unwavering support from ASACP’s sponsors.

“The association’s sponsors’ pivotal role in shaping the future of online child protection, particularly in guiding efforts toward age verification to preserve the innocence of youth, is truly commendable and deeply appreciated,” Henning said. “ASACP’s tools, made possible by the support of our sponsors, are not just beneficial, they are invaluable.”

These tools include free child protection resources for parents, Best Practices tailored to specific market segments, and a comprehensive Code of Ethics for adult website and app publishers. These resources empower companies to proactively prevent minors from accessing age-restricted content.

Among ASACP’s most notable achievements are its RTA (Restricted To Adults) meta-labeling system, which prevents children from accessing adult-oriented web pages and apps, and its CP Reporting Tipline, which has processed over 1.25 million reports since its inception and remains a vital global resource.

The association’s invaluable sponsors, including June’s Featured Sponsors — MojoHost, Segpay, and TES Affiliate Conferences — are crucial in making these tools available. Our sponsors’ contributions are not just about supporting the association but also about shaping the industry and, most importantly, ensuring children’s online safety, which is a responsibility we all share.

MojoHost

MojoHost, an unwavering sponsor of ASACP since 2009, is a prominent adult technology company that has consistently demonstrated its commitment to the industry and acknowledged the indispensable work undertaken by ASACP.

As a specialized provider of adult website hosting, MojoHost offers an extensive range of services, encompassing MojoServers (managed or unmanaged dedicated servers), MojoVPS (virtual private server solutions), MojoCDN (content delivery network), MojoCloud (hot and cold static content storage), private and public cloud architecture, MojoShield (web application firewall), MojoDomains service, and more.

Brad Mitchell, the esteemed founder, and CEO of MojoHost, actively serves on ASACP’s Advisory Council and Executive Board, extending valuable marketing resources to the organization. Being a parent of three, Mitchell’s dedication to shielding children from age-restricted content transcends his role as a technology and thought leader, making ASACP’s cause profoundly personal and significant to him.

“The adult industry must prioritize child protection and strive to create a safer online environment, and ASACP stands as the organization deserving of our steadfast support,” expressed Mitchell, passionately urging the community to rise to the occasion. “Now, more than ever, I challenge business owners to select a membership level within their means and actively engage. Your involvement makes a difference and contributes to a critical cause in the digital age.”

Segpay

Since 2005, Segpay has helped high-risk businesses take payments quickly while implementing a compliance framework. Since 2016, it has supported ASACP as a valued Corporate Sponsor.

“Segpay is pleased to support ASACP in the vital work it does to keep children safe,” said Segpay CEO Cathy Beardsley. “As the mother of three children myself, I believe nothing is more important than the safety of our youth. With Visa mirroring MasterCard regulations to validate the ages of anyone appearing in user-uploaded content, ASACP offers an entire toolset to help merchants comply with the recent card brand regulations.”

Beardsley noted that Segpay’s uncompromising commitment to compliance requires it to regularly review its merchants’ content to help identify, report, and immediately shut down any child exploitation it discovers.

“ASACP plays a critical role in reporting any issues we uncover,” Beardsley concluded. “This oversite helps the adult industry become more accepted in mainstream society — and is good for business in general.”

TES Affiliate Conferences

TES Affiliate Conferences, once known as The European Summit (TES), has been a champion for online safety since 2010, proudly partnering with ASACP. Founded in 2009, TES isn’t your average conference. It’s a three-day whirlwind bringing together the brightest minds in online entertainment, e-commerce, finance, and much more — from gaming to dating, forex to nutraceuticals.

TES understands that success isn’t built in a silo. That’s why they’ve prioritized creating a stellar networking experience. Because even in our high-tech world, building strong relationships is the secret sauce to a thriving business.

But TES goes beyond networking. They’re one of ASACP’s most dedicated supporters, consistently providing crucial help to spread the message of online child protection across Europe and beyond.

As a bonus for ASACP members, TES offers a sweet 20% discount on its event passes. Use the code “iloveasacpminus20percent” at registration and get ready to connect, learn, and make a positive impact.

Henning thanks MojoHost, Segpay, and TES Affiliate Conferences for their constant support, generosity, and leadership in helping the association achieve its mission of preventing children from accessing adult-oriented content.

“ASACP’s sponsors are contributing towards building a better world for consenting adults and society’s most vulnerable members,” Henning concluded. “This is an honorable mission that the association will continue to embrace and spread to all industry stakeholders.”

To learn how your company can help protect itself by protecting children, email [email protected].

About ASACP

Founded in 1996, ASACP is a nonprofit organization dedicated to online child protection. ASACP is comprised of 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. The ASACP Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization responsible for the CP Reporting Tipline and RTA (Restricted To Adults) website labeling system.

ASACP has invested nearly 28 years in developing progressive programs to protect minors, and its assistance to the digital media industry’s child protection efforts is unparalleled. For more information, visit ASACP.org.

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