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Demand for live streaming of child sex abuse is a growing problem in the Mekong region, the United Nations said in August, as it pointed to a shift in child sex webcam centers from the Philippines to Thailand. Online child abuse was constantly evolving, said Neil Walsh, who heads the global cybercrime program of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.“If we say we are keeping it at bay we are probably not being honest with ourselves,” he told Reuters.

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BANGKOK (Reuters) - Rising internet use in Southeast Asia is fuelling the spread of material that is abusive and sexually exploitative of children, particularly as growing numbers of young people put footage of themselves online, an Australian police expert said on Tuesday.

Regional internet availability is about 50 percent, a recent study showed, but the figure rises to 58 percent in the Philippines, a hub for online sex abuse, while in Thailand, where the problem is growing, it reaches 67 percent.

We were seizing kilobyte and megabytes of child exploitation material.

Today, on average a seizure is between 10,000 to 80,000 images and videos.

Each one of these reports can contain hundreds and thousands of images and videos of children being sexually abused and tortured.

Technological advances, including anonymising programs such as The Onion Router (TOR), peer-to-peer networking technology, and the capacity for increased online file storage and sharing, has facilitated the widespread sharing and storing of harmful material...There are more than 3.7 billion internet users worldwide. Without access to the internet, keeping up to date with what their friends are doing online, and counting how many likes they have, their world stops. They use the privacy and anonymity of the internet to identify and target vulnerable children; children who are often online unsupervised on what appear to be benign platforms. Hundreds and thousands of images and videos are already available online.In just one minute there are 156 million emails and 16 million text messages sent... In 2008, INTERPOL identified more than 500,000 unique—previously unknown to law enforcement—images of child sexual exploitation, and discovered approximately 700 'new' victims.It’s just killing us,” added Rouse, referring to children livestreaming themselves, whether at the instigation of a sex offender or a friend.“That material then gets used by sex offenders against them.” In a seven-day check on Bangkok, more than 3,600 individual internet addresses had been identified sharing child exploitation material, said Rouse, who was speaking on the sidelines of a conference in the Thai capital. children’s agency said poor families in the Philippines were pushing their children into performing live sex online for pedophiles around the world, in a form of child slavery.Some seizures have contained more than one million multi-media files.

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