Sweetie Project used as example by Philippine newspaper editorial in a call for action.

An editorial in a main daily Philippine newspaper says the law must take its lead from the Sweetie Project and focus its attention on those creating the demand for online child sexual abuse along with apprehending the suppliers of it.

The editorial, in the wake of recent arrests of cybersex den owners, highlights the work of the Sweetie Project since 2013 which demonstrated that the demand for child sexual abuse online mostly comes from outside the Philippines. The editor goes on to state that until the international demand side is tackled the supply side will continue to grow domestically. "The “Sweetie” project targeted the demand side of this illegal operation. This effort should be continued as it is in going after the people who feed the business that children, including those in Cebu, will be protected."

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