Adam started his first business in 1999 at the age of 15. Dubit was one of the world’s first social media networks. It went on to become one of the most popular websites for teenagers in the UK, and became one of the earliest firms to implement online safety tech. Adam subsequently worked with the UK government to develop the first online child protection laws; he then left Dubit to set up Crisp in 2005. Today Crisp stops toxic, harmful and fake online content from damaging enterprises, social platforms and society. Trained on 15+ years of online harm detection, Crisp’s real-time knowledge graph predicts, discovers, tracks, rapidly alerts and removes harmful content that is created by bad actors.