Crakmedia Network Becomes Newest ASACP Corporate Sponsor
LOS ANGELES — ASACP announced today that the Crakmedia Network has signed on to become its newest corporate sponsor.
“It really was an easy decision for us to sponsor ASACP because we are committed to upholding Best Practices for a safer Internet and support ASACP’s continuing efforts to combat illicit child pornography and minors’ access to age-appropriate materials,” Crakmedia cofounder Xavier Farooghi said.
“As fathers, it’s something we believe is really important and we hope that our sponsorship will assist ASACP in furthering its efforts, and anticipate a long and mutually rewarding relationship,” Crakmedia cofounder Nicolas Chrétien added.
The company, founded in 2006, features a diverse portfolio, including an ad network that generates more than 5 billion impressions monthly.
“Crakmedia is a welcome addition to ASACP’s sponsor roster for the New Year,” ASACP Executive Director Tim Henning said. “The company has a history of exemplifying the good corporate citizenship and charitable support that enables ASACP’s ongoing efforts.”
From its CP Reporting Hotline, which has aided in the international pursuit of illegal sites, to the Restricted To Adults (RTA) website meta label that helps bar unauthorized or unwanted access to adult-oriented websites and mobile apps, to its series of targeted Best Practices that help guide specific services, ASACP, formally known as the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection, provides many online businesses with various tools for protecting themselves while protecting children.
“As 2013 unfolds, now is a good time for adult entertainment companies to take stock of their sites to implement a comprehensive program for online child protection,” Henning added. “Whether it’s the addition of an RTA label or warning page; an adjustment in a site’s targeted search terms; or other proactive step towards corporate responsibility; ASACP’s sponsors and supporters have many tools at their disposal that can be used to truly make a difference.”