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There was just one arrest purely on the basis of the chats with Sweetie.
In 2004, an "adult entertainment company" in the Philippines running was busted for featuring live via webcam "Filipino boys and girls as young as 11 years old engaged in sex acts," according to a 2005 report titled "Child Pornography in the Philippines." Webcam traffickers have had almost a decade since then to expand their business, with very little public attention to the phenomenon.They thought they were chatting with a ten-year-old girl.Whether that is punishable by law depends on the country, Leiden legal experts conclude.The men flocked to the Filipina girl with the angelic face like moths around a flame, Hans Guijt, project manager at Terre des Hommes, explained.At the conference on ‘The legal aspects of Sweetie 2.0’ in Leiden on 2 July, together with Leiden and Tilburg legal experts he presented the outcome of this controversial international study.And, to my earlier point, might it be the Internet's illusion of privacy that leads to their capture, instead of a high-tech virtual girl? Reproduction of material from any Salon pages without written permission is strictly prohibited. Associated Press articles: Copyright © 2016 The Associated Press. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Thanks to the virtual girl Sweetie created by Terre des Hommes, more than a thousand men who had webcam sex have been identified worldwide.
We aren't just talking about virtual sex trafficking here; we're also talking about cases where minors have their webcams hacked or are talked into flashing the camera during a video chat and unknowingly have their image recorded and distributed.
The question is: Will the same technology that empowers predators also make them easier to catch? Patent and Trademark Office as a trademark of Salon Media Group Inc.
Only, contrary to most reports -- see: "This virtual 10-year-old-girl just outed 1000 sexual predators," along with many other misleading headlines -- this virtual girl did not take down 1,000 predators.
The media race to the little-girl-gets-bad-guys story line -- which comes with the added appeal of technology being used to combat the very evils that it allows -- passed over two important facts: 1) "Webcam child sex tourism" is not only , but it's a phenomenon that has exploded in the last year, and 2) a virtual avatar wasn't even needed to snare most of these men and one woman.
As Terre des Hommes does not have any personal information about these webcam users, the organisation refers to child abusers rather than paedophiles or paedosexuals.