ASACP Welcomes MojoHost As Corporate Sponsor

LOS ANGELES — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) has announced that website hosting specialist MojoHost has become its latest corporate sponsor.

MojoHost, according to ASACP, was “one of the first to respond to ASACP’s recent sponsorship drive, illustrating its continued industry leadership.”

MojoHost CEO Brad Mitchell described ASACP as an important organization that the company is proud to continue supporting. 

“ASACP’s mission of protecting children against exploitation and keeping them away from age-restricted content is right in line with my goals as a parent and (as an) advocate of corporate responsibility in my role as CEO of MojoHost,” Mitchell said. “The ASACP Tipline has received more than one million reports since its inception and is an invaluable resource to the FBI and (the) National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.”

Mitchell said, “More industry support is needed to continue its operation, and I challenge business owners of all size to pick a membership level that fits their budget. No matter how small the charitable donation or membership level, every dollar counts and is put to good use.”

ASACP provides online businesses with a Code of Ethics and market-specific Best Practices, while its Restricted To Adults (RTA) website meta label helps prevent a minor’s unauthorized access to age-restricted websites and mobile apps. ASACP also operates their internationally recognized CP Tipline, which it said “has an enviable record of success in helping to identify and close illegal websites.”

“ASACP is excited to welcome MojoHost to our family of sponsors,” said ASACP Executive Director Tim Henning. “As a nonprofit organization, ASACP relies on the proactive leadership and continued generous support of companies such as MojoHost to help fulfill its mission.”

Henning said, “The association faces many challenges, from staying abreast of changing technology to operating its existing initiatives and eyeing future missions — and doing so with a limited budget. It is vital that market leaders such as Brad and MojoHost help us keep children out of and away from age-inappropriate material and protect them in their daily digital lives.”

Founded in 1996, ASACP is a nonprofit organization dedicated to online child protection.

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