(Los Angeles, CA) August 5, 2019 – The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) is pleased to make its return to the upcoming QWEBEC Expo, set for Aug. 6-9, at the Novotel Hotel in Montreal.
QWEBEC Expo is an annual B2B event for U.S., Canadian and European members of the industry, providing website owners, operators, and webmasters with the information and resources they need to build, maintain, promote, market and grow a successful internet business.
ASACP has participated in the QWEBEC Expo since the show’s inception, relying on the venue to help deliver its message of proactive corporate self-regulation and the value of protecting children online, to this international group of adult entertainment and digital media professionals.
ASACP’s Executive Director, Tim Henning, will attend the event as part of the association’s outreach to relevant stakeholders, carrying out its issue education and advocacy efforts where it matters most.
While at the event, Henning will participate in the 11th Annual QWEBEC Masters Golf Tournament Tuesday, Aug. 6 at the Montreal Island Golf Club as a guest of leading live cam company CAM4 — providing an unparalleled level of needed networking time with the industry’s elite.
“ASACP uses events such as QWEBEC Expo to help educate relevant businesses about the need to protect children online, and how free ASACP services such as the Restricted To Adults (RTA) website meta-label, Best Practices and Code of Ethics, help accomplish this,” Henning said. “QWEBEC Expo attracts a global audience that includes representatives of many prestigious Canadian companies — among the digital media industry’s largest and most vibrant — making this a ‘must-attend’ event for the association.”
QWEBEC Expo is generously providing ASACP with complimentary admission to the event, plus an ad in the event’s show guide, a booth on the show floor where informational materials will be available, and a table at the popular “Meet Market” networking event.
“QWEBEC Expo is once again honored to support ASACP and RTA this year by giving them as much exposure as possible,” said event organizer Michael Plante. “Tim and his team do a tremendous job of helping mainstream audiences understand that the legitimate adult industry community has no links to CP and is fighting this heinous crime against children.”
Highlighting Henning’s outreach will be a presentation on “Current Child Protection Issues” that will explore how companies are successfully securing their apps and sites today through the use of RTA labeling and what the future holds, including up-to-date information on age verification mandates, adult content blocking initiatives and more.
The session is set for Thursday, Aug. 8, from 2:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Algarve Room.
“A big part of ASACP’s mission involves governmental and industry outreach, with sessions such as this providing a vital touchpoint between the association and various stakeholders,” Henning added. “Attending QWEBEC Expo enables us to reach executives from adult entertainment companies along with individual content publishers and promoters, making a real difference in online child safety.”
For more information, or to schedule a meeting with Henning, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.