–Over two years, Project Arachnid has flagged 10 million images of suspected child pornography
The self-described pedophile, under a veil of online anonymity, reached out to his community for wisdom.
In a message posted last month to a chat forum hosted in a dark corner of the internet where images of exploited children are routinely shared, the author issued a call to action: a “pedo plan” for grooming and sexually abusing young girls this summer “while their parents will be at work.”
–Children are revictimized by the failure to remove child pornography from the web
Child sexual abuse material is a global social epidemic and one that Canada is not immune to. Just last month the Ontario Provincial Police announced the takedown of a “big box store” of child pornography operating in the Greater Toronto area and supplying over 60,000 users in at least 116 countries.
While we all want to believe this doesn’t happen in our backyard, the reality is clear: the world has a child pornography problem and Canada is part of it.
–Facebook’s encryption could stop our police doing their job properly – and I won’t allow that to happen
Carol Hepburn traveled to London in July with a delegation from the Canadian Centre for Child Protection which included 8 survivors of child pornography crimes. The group met with heads and representatives of major child welfare agencies as well as a private meeting with the Minister of Safeguarding and senior staffers from the Home Office. The women told their stories and expressed their opinions about changes needed in the law including limiting end to end encryption so as not to tie the hands of law enforcement investigating child pornography offenses. This meeting occurred a few days before the 5 nation meeting of ministers and secretaries on issues of Cyber Security. UK Home Secretary Patel clearly understood the importance of their message as she states in this OP Ed.
–Restitution to child-porn victim a first in Manitoba
–Child pornography restitution ruling could lead to more for victims in Canada: child protection lawyer
–Hatch and Corwin: A lifeline for victims of child pornography
–Former Scout leader in Uxbridge, teacher’s aide in Northbridge sentenced to 12 years for child porn
–Global fight being waged on child sexual abuse imagery on the internet
–Judge delays sentencing for Eugene man who admitted federal child pornography crime
–Crown seeks 17 years, defence argues for 7 at Philip Chicoine child pornography hearing
–Broward lawyer owes child pornography victims $142,600, judge rules in growing national trend
– Breaking the silence, easing the anguish. Sisters violated as children by relative find strength, healing in effort to help others
– US Supreme Court to consider damages for child porn subjects: News Release July 27, 2013 -Supreme Court Child Porn Subjects Restitution
– Victim in Child Porn Videos Now Seeking Justice, Watch KING5.com Seattle.
– Victims of Child pornography Seek Restitution: Go to the page and download Victims of Child Pornography Seek Restitution-The Boston Globe
– Pricing Amy: Should Those Who Download Child Pornography Pay the Victims? Read the ABA Journal article.
– International working group seeks to identify the unique needs of child sexual abuse survivors in order to enhance recovery options and enhance the understanding of victims’ needs: Canadian Centre for Child Protection Rolls Out New Initiative to Support Child Sex Abuse Survivors
-Breaking the silence, easing the anguish
Sisters violated as children by relative – then victimized on the web over and over – find strength, healing in effort to help others
Winnipeg Free Press Article
Child Sex Abuse Victims
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Click here to read a recent article about sex abuse cases:
- Oct 28, 2014 – News Release – Jeanne Doherty Public Affairs Officer
- June 27, 2014 – Press Release – Matt Cartwright
- May 7, 2014 – Huffington Post – James R. Marsh
- May 6, 2014 – Washington Post – Editorial Board
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