Tuesday, 8 October 2013

The ISIC - Part Of How The Child 'Protection' Industry Operates

Beware of the Internet Safety Industrial Complex (ISIC)

"Predators and sexting, oh my

There are a lot of other fake numbers out there including some who are still reporting that “20% of kids have been approached by a predator.” That number is a misinterpretation of a 2000 study that found that a 5th of kids had received an unwanted sexual solicitation online but what the fear-mongers don’t tell you is that many of those solicitations come from other kids, most were non-aggressive and none resulted in actual contact.

And then there’s the panic over sexting. A flawed 2009 study claimed that 20% of kids had engaged in sextjng [sic] but a much more scientific study from the prestigious Crimes Against Children Research Center found that only 1.3% had sent or created an image of themselves that showed breasts, genitals or “someone’s bottom.” A somewhat higher number (2.5%) sent images where they were either nude, partially nude or in a sexy pose, even if fully clothed.” Studies by Pew Research and other reputable organizations have yielded similar results."



Sometimes, the the irony is so delicious ...

Jim Gamble 


Sonia Livingstone 



PUBLISHED: 22:37, 13 October 2013 | UPDATED: 08:18, 14 October 2013

How teens' 'sexting' photos end up on paedophile websites: Thousands of images are published on sites after being stolen from Facebook and other social networks

>Internet Watch Foundation warned how many explicit images are uploaded,
>They are often self-portraits by schoolgirls under pressure from boys,
>Research by the foundation unearthed 12,000 images in just 40 hours.



15 October 2013

New cybercrime report examines disturbing trends in commercial [sic] online child sex abuse



Wednesday 16 October 2013 

Live streamed videos of abuse and pay-per-view [sic] child rape among 'disturbing' cybercrime trends, Europol report reveals



UPDATED: 23:56, 8 June 2010

Every Google search to be logged and saved for two years under new Euro MP plan


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