ASACP Returns to Adult Entertainment Virtual Convention

Rhett Pardon

LOS ANGELES — The ASACP is returning to the virtual reality realm for the fourth annual Adult Entertainment Virtual Convention.

The Adult Entertainment Virtual Convention (AEVC), produced by and being held tomorrow through Sunday, is a virtual four-day event that brings together thousands of adult entertainment enthusiasts and industry professionals from around the world.

ASACP Executive Director Tim Henning, a self-described “technologist with an eye on the future,” said he looks forward to the event because it shows a glimpse of the world to come.

“ASACP has attended AEVC since its inception and have seen it grow, attracting a diverse audience that includes both adult entertainment companies and consumers,” Henning said. “This allows the association to reach not only the producers of adult-oriented materials, but the parents who are ultimately responsible for their children’s online usage.”

“With rapid advances in virtual reality underway and products now coming on to the market, there is a new digital realm where concerns for children are evolving,” Henning explains, noting that it is difficult for parents and others to keep track of the latest advances and how they are used — and misused.

“Any technologies that increase online usage increase the challenges for child protection,” Henning said. “By staying abreast of the cutting edge, ASACP is better able to craft relevant policies and Best Practices that guide stakeholders and keep children free from exploitation.”

AEVC’s promoters have provided ASACP, also known as the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection, with a virtual booth where Henning will be available to chat and answer questions.

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