A legal report commissioned by Terre des Hommes and Save Sweetie Now! implies that the Sweetie 2.0 project may have to limit its operation to common law countries such as the UK, US, Australia and Canada in order to remain within the law as its future use in the Netherlands may be construed as illegal.
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Hans Guyt, member of the Save Sweetie Now team, visited Cebu in the Philippines in July to brief co-workers there about developments in the Sweetie 2.0 project.
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Australian Federal Police have stated that the number of child exploitation material referrals they have received has doubled in the space of one year, from 4,500 to 11,000.
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Police raid a well-known tourist hotel in Kathmandu after tip-off from Project Watch researchers and finds suspect with 5 children under 14 in bedroom.
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The Save Sweetie Now team of researchers played a significant role in the apprehension of a travelling child abuser who was selling video footage online of himself having sex with a 13 year old girl in the Philippines.
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An Australian national was arrested at a Philippine airport after Facebook monitors spotted pornographic images of a 13 year old girl on his account and alerted authorities in the US and Australia.
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Over one tenth of the Filipino population are migrant workers, leaving behind children in the care of others. Many of these children are at risk of being used to feed the demand for online webcam child sex abuse.
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Child exploitation specialist detectives were given a "guided tour" of the entire Sweetie 2.0 project so far.
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The approach adopted by the Sweetie Project involves regular consultation with law enforcement agencies.
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UK law enforcers are very interested in the technology currently being developed for the follow-up to the Sweetie Project.
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A child sexual exploitation expert at Interpol argues that all companies from large to small should routinely scan their computer networks for child abuse material, just as they do for malware and spam. Some, such as Google, Facebook and Ericsson, do it already as an example of good corporate practice.
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A leading child welfare expert says that we should not be tempted to apply stereotypes to victims of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE). It can happen in all areas of society and we need to be alert to it.
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