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"Operation Bane" against rising online child sexual exploitation

Operation Bane, a proactive investigation to tackle online child exploitation, was launched by Norfolk and Suffolk Constabulary in 2014...

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giovedì 20 luglio 2017

Apps for Pedophiles 2 #Listentoyourselfie

Periscope, Facebook Live, musical.ly - all live streaming apps that are being used by paedophiles to exploit young children online, say children charities.

With more and more cases involving child grooming via live video apps in the UK, leading organisations are urging parents to talk regularly with their children about their online lives.
An NSPCC spokesperson for South West England said: “It’s currently far too easy for adults to contact children online through live-streaming sites and apps and for children to be exposed to inappropriate content.
To children, online friends are real friends and online life is real life - there’s no difference. It’s vital they are safe and know how to get help if they need it.
“We are urging parents to talk regularly with their children about their online lives and make sure they know how to stay safe online," they added.
Much has been said about the responsibility of social media platforms to work with agencies to make sure the ability for people to exploit their services is minimised.
However, figures collected from the NSPCC last year show how the internet has become a gateway to offenders.
Social media companies need to demonstrate that they are making effective efforts to construct and maintain age-appropriate environments online and we need a new kind of independent regulator to ensure they are living up to that expectation," said the NSPCC spokesperson for South West England.
In September 2016, Childline launched the #Listentoyourselfie campaign to help young people recognise the signs of grooming and unhealthy relationships.
The drive was an acknowledgment of the worrying amount of online sexual exploitation taking place through apps and webcams.
Chief Executive of the NSPCC, Peter Wanless has warned that international paedophile rings are increasingly exploiting internet live streaming services to get on-demand child abuse videos.
A spokesman for the National Crime Agency said: “Online technology is central to much of modern life, and the internet brings substantial benefits to people of all ages.
“However, we are alive to the threat of those with a sexual interest in children seeking to exploit various tools for their own ends.
“These people do attempt to make contact with children over the internet, through various means such as social networks, chatrooms and games.


It is very important social media platforms provide easy-to-use and accessible public reporting mechanisms and ensure any report of suspicious sexual contact online is acted upon expeditiously to ensure the victim can be protected and appropriate action taken against the offender," they added.
Information and guidance for children and young people from 5 to 18 on staying safe online and in the physical world, as well as information for parents and teachers, is available on www.thinkuknow.co.uk.
Anyone who comes across evidence of grooming online should report it via the Click CEOP button or if a child is believed to be in immediate danger, call 999.



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