ASACP Gears Up for The European Summit

Bob Johnson

LOS ANGELES — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) is gearing up for a return to The European Summit (TES), March 5-8 at the Hotel Calipolis in Barcelona, Spain, the organization has announced.

ASACP said the executive gathering unites representatives from the online affiliate, billing, casual dating, domain name, mobile technology, website services and traffic arenas, with a European focus.

Industry professionals discuss essential topics such as the need to protect children and are able to turn to ASACP for help.

“We can’t stress the fact enough that it is important to protect children online,” TES’ principal Andreas Bischoff said. “A truly remarkable team of individuals, ASACP should constantly receive support from our entire industry.”

ASACP Executive Director Tim Henning and Director of European Outreach Vince Charlton will be in attendance at the event, where the pair will conduct a special workshop on March 6, entitled, “Protecting Your Business in a Changing Regulatory Landscape.”

“We think that we should all show them the support they so deserve,” Bischoff added, while encouraging event goers to attend this valuable educational session.

ASACP will have a table at the event, where information about the association will be made available, along with prime banner placement to help raise awareness of ASACP, extending the reach and outreach of ASACP at the European event. The show’s promoters have also generously underwritten Henning and Charlton’s travel expenses by providing the pair with free show admission, as well as a three night complimentary hotel stay in Barcelona.

“TES has once again showed its generosity and support for ASACP and its continuing task to keep children out of and away from adult entertainment,” Henning said. “By making their event so accessible to ASACP, TES enables the association to spread the good word about its free Restricted To Adults (RTA) website labeling program and CP Reporting Hotline, which are only possible through the ongoing support of the legitimate adult entertainment industry.”

“We look forward to this opportunity to carry our message to European operators,” Charlton added. “They are on the frontline of a changing Internet, and increasingly need our guidance.”

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