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The #Not On My Screen campaign therefore seeks to challenge individuals’ understanding of how their internet activity may be connected to cybersex trafficking.The images purchased and abuse viewed through cybersex trafficking can be classified as a form of pornography.
Lin said most of the scams were operated by syndicates in Southeast Asia.IJM works with local justice system representatives (police, lawyers, social workers and judges) to strengthen their ability to implement the laws that are already in place that protect the poor and vulnerable from abuse and prosecute the criminals for this abuse.In the Philippines, there are currently four laws that criminalise the online sexual exploitation of children: an anti-trafficking law, anti-child pornography law, anti-cybercrime law and the anti-child abuse law.None of the blackmailers have been caught so far as they are based overseas.The force might turn to Interpol to bring the scammers to justice.“Be alert when a pretty girl suddenly adds you on Facebook or on Skype,” said chief inspector Sean Lin.
The latest police figures show there were 766 ‘sextortion’ cases in the first nine months of this year.Like in the Philippines, criminals will be charged under a variety of UK laws, which may include those relating to child pornography.The #Not On My Screen campaign is specifically aimed at raising awareness of the issue of cybersex trafficking and encouraging individuals in the UK to consider how their own behaviours and activities be connected to this form of abuse.And there are the customers who purchase and direct the abuse over the internet.These customers wire a secure payment online, anonymously and easily, to the trafficker in the Philippines.Cybersex trafficking is a growing and devastating form of modern-day slavery.