Barcelona, September 19th 2022.- KrakenD announces today the partnership with Child Rescue Coalition. Child Rescue Coalition (CRC) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to rescue children from sexual abuse by building technology for law enforcement to track, arrest and prosecute child predators. KrakenD has donated an unlimited commercial license (KrakenD Enterprise) to CRC to help them build and scale their APIs-oriented technological platform.
CRC has contributed to rescuing more than 3,200 children from sexual exploitation and abuse. It has also arrested more than 14,000 dangerous predators, preventing the abuse of more than 700,000 children across the globe.
“I had the chance to meet William Wiltse and have him guide me through Child Rescue Coalition’s technology. It’s incredible what this organization has achieved so far; it is the perfect example of how technology can improve people’s lives. So we wanted to team up as partners and put our product and services at their entire disposal to go even further in this challenging mission of protecting children and prosecuting abusers through technology.”, said Albert Lombarte, CEO of KrakenD.
You can contribute to CRC by donating, buying their merchandise, providing your local law enforcement (only in the US) some care packages, or spreading the word about the essential work done by CRC team.
About Child Rescue Coalition Child Rescue Coalition (CRC), a south Florida-based nonprofit organization with global reach, has spent the past decade building the world’s most sophisticated technology to hunt child predators. Through proactive partnerships with law enforcement, the nonprofit’s system has tracked 71 million offenders worldwide to protect children from sexual exploitation and abuse.
For more information, visit childrescuecoalition.org or call (561) 208-9000.
About KrakenD KrakenD provides simple yet powerful open-source & commercial software solutions to embrace increasing platform complexity and common architectures like microservices. KrakenD launched its open-source API Gateway back in 2015. During that time, it has garnered a fairly impressive roster of users, with 1.8 million servers leveraging the technology every month, including companies like eBay, mail.ru group, 99P Labs (supported by Honda and The Ohio State University), or Hepsiburada.