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Financial Coalition Against Child Pornography

“If people were purchasing heroin and cocaine and using their credit cards, we would be outraged and would do something about it. This is worse.”
Senator Richard Shelby
Former Chairman and Current Ranking Member of the
U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs

The Financial Coalition Against Child Pornography (FCACP) is a coalition of 34 leading banks, credit card companies, electronic payment networks, third party payments companies, and Internet services companies dedicated to putting an end to commercial child pornography. The current members are:

AOL Inc.

Green Dot Corporation

American Express Company

HSBC - North America

Banco Bradesco

JP Morgan Chase

Bank of America


The Bank of New York - Mellon


Capital One

National Processing Company

Chase Paymentech Solutions

North American Bancard




Premier Bankcard, LLC

Deutsche Bank Americas

ProPay Inc.

Discover Financial Services

Standard Chartered Bank

Elavon, Inc


First Data Corporation

Wells Fargo

First National Bank of Omaha

Global Payments Inc.

Western Union

Go Daddy.com Inc.



Yahoo! Inc

FCACP Backgrounder          FCACP Full Participant List            Global Efforts

New papers from the Asia Pacific Financial Coalition Against Child Pornography:

Confronting New Challenges in the Fight Against Child Pornography: Considerations for Protecting Children & Your Company's Reputation When Engaging with Digital Businesses

Best Practices to Help File Hosting and File Sharing Companies Fight the Distribution of Child Sexual Exploitation Content

Since the FCACP was established in 2006, FCACP members have developed and published the following documents:

International Merchant Acquisition and Monitoring Best Practices for Prevention and Detection of Commercial Child Pornography
Trends in Migration, Hosting, and Payment for Commercial Child Pornography Websites
Trends in Online Crime and Their Potential Implications in the Fight Against Commercial Child Pornography
Report regarding the legal framework to be considered by a coalition of stakeholders against commercial sexual exploitation of children over the Internet - Asia Pacific region

“The share of commercial child pornography that is on the Internet is substantially smaller than it was just a few years ago. This Coalition has had an enormous impact on the problem, but we are not ready to declare victory.”
Ernie Allen
ICMEC President and CEO, and FCACP Chairman

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