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But he defended the move against critics who claim the new laws infringe on civil rights, saying that "when you rape a child, you lose some of your civil rights, from my point of view." As a radio broadcaster, Hinch was twice jailed for naming pedophiles in contravention of court orders. Australia has already introduced other legislation in a bid to stem child-sex tourism, punishing its citizens or residents who molest children overseas with up to 25 years in prison.
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The unit receives 200 to 300 reports of concerns each month from members of the public through the “Click CEOP” button on websites and about 30% of these relate to online grooming, the equivalent of about 20 reports a week, figures showed.
Mr Davies went on: “We’re also seeing an increasing trend of child abuse being committed to order for money.
The site’s privacy settings also ensure users aged 13 to 17 are removed from the public searches and can only post content to friends of friends.
A former USC professor once on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted fugitives list pleaded guilty Friday to flying to the Philippines and sexually assaulting underage boys he groomed online. He also would be subject to 10 years supervision upon release and must pay ,000 in restitution to his seven victims. He was captured in the Mexican coastal town of Playa del Carmen after a resident recognized his photo from a newspaper.
Read: ECPAT report indicates growth of child-sex tourism "The new laws will prohibit registered child-sex offenders from leaving Australia or holding Australian passports," said Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, adding that she would cancel the passports of some 20,000 pedophiles on the national child-sex offender register.
She noted that almost 800 such offenders had traveled overseas from Australia last year, with many of them failing to notify police of their travel intentions despite having high risks of reoffending.
“But through hacking into their social networking sites, and effectively blackmailing them, they had actually induced them to carry out acts on webcam and in doing so caused some people physical and immense psychological harm.” From their base in Kuwait, the Alhamadi brothers targeted a total of 110 children in the UK, Australia, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Iceland, Ireland, Jersey, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Sweden and the USA, CEOP said.
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Sexual predators hack into their social networking accounts and blackmail children into carrying out acts of abuse over webcams without even being in the same country, Peter Davies, chief executive of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) centre, said.