The recent publicity surrounding the release of the video and report on webcam child sex abuse by Dutch children’s rights organisation Terre des Hommes (translated as Earth for Mankind, from Antoine de Saint Exupery’s book, better known as author of The Little Prince) illustrates how we as a society can be taken aback by the uses that digital technology can be put to and the endless resourcefulness of those determined to use it for their own nefarious purposes.
Terre des Hommes have worked in the field of children’s rights for well over 45 years.
Hans Guyt, project director of Terre des Hommes, answers questions of reporters in front of a wall plastered with pictures of men suspected of soliciting a fake underage girl in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Monday Nov. The Dutch children’s rights organization is warning of an epidemic of children being paid to perform sexual acts via webcams and urging police around the world to crack down on the sinister practice.
The first known people of European descent to come to the area were the troops of the Sullivan Expedition in 1779, during the American Revolutionary War, who destroyed local villages of the Onondaga and Oneida tribes.
The effect of the 10-week investigation was shocking, said Guyt.
“We were swamped by men looking for contact, looking for sexual activities with us,” he said.
Dadou was happy to see him even though he was high.
A computer-generated 10-year-old Filipina girl has caught 1,000 pedophiles around the world who are paying for child porn.
ASK ANYONE WHO works in the area of cyber crime prevention to describe their job and you’ll most likely be told that it’s like running to stand still.