LOS ANGELES — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection has appointed digital forensics expert Tim Henning as its new executive director.
The ASACP said that Henning, who has been a part of the association for the past 15 years, is poised to build on the association’s strengths to continue its adult industry leadership role into the future. Henning will assume his new role effective immediately.
“It was 1996 when ASACP was founded and I began my service to the, at the time, grassroots organization,” Henning said.
“Since then I have seen many evolutions, faced many challenges and it has been my honor to realize the achievement of many goals that have greatly benefitted both child protection efforts, and the online adult entertainment industry.
“I am very excited to lead ASACP into the future and navigate the challenges that lay ahead while continuing to grow and expand our efforts,” Henning added.
Henning’s first task as ASACP’s executive director will be to attend the YNOT Summit in San Francisco, where he will spread the latest news about what the association is doing to help companies within the adult entertainment industry protect their businesses by helping to protect children from age-inappropriate content on the Internet.