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Building on the successful approach with the virtual girl Sweetie, Terre des Hommes, supported by international specialists, is developing an advanced method to counter the problem of worldwide webcam child sex.To make this happen, the Dutch Postcode Lottery has donated over € 3.8 million euros to Terre des Hommes.
The Filippino police have arrested a 53-year- old man in Manila who produced large-scale webcam sex shows with children for paying customers around the world.The problem however is that these laws are rarely respected or enforced.Children hardly ever report their exploitation to the police and neither do their parents as they are often involved in the webcam shows themselves.Being a form of commercial sexual exploitation of children, webcam child sex is strictly forbidden by international law.The national criminal laws of many countries too prohibit webcam child sex directly or indirectly as a form of child pornography and/or child prostitution.Still, millions of potential perpetrators consider themselves undetected.
It is still too easy to approach children for sex through the internet.
At the same time, we carry out extensive research into the impact of this preventive approach.
With Sweetie 2.0, Terre des Hommes and its partners, with the support of the Dutch Postcode Lottery and its participants, can prevent hundreds of thousands of children from becoming victim of this horrible form of sexual exploitation.
The 'Sweetie' research, carried out at the end of 2013, showed the extent and nature of webcam child sex tourism worldwide. In the Philippines, children were rescued from internet dens.
However, this is not enough to put this phenomenon to a quick stop, says Terre des Hommes.
This software is aimed at identifying and deterring millions of potential offenders.