404 Error Pages Turned Into Missing Children Ads

404 Error Pages Turned Into Missing Children Ads

The Notfound project encourages businesses to use their 'page not found' errors to publish pictures of missing children in the EU.

Emma Hutchings
  • 26 september 2012

The Notfound project encourages businesses to make better use of their 404 error pages, offering an application they can install to turn their pages into ads for missing children in the European Union. Thousands go missing each year, and the app connects to a database and publishes a picture on every ‘page not found’ to help find them. The project is a collaboration between Missing Children Europe and Child Focus. Watch the video below to find out more:

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