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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will soon have a platform allowing people to anonymously report child sexual abuse imagery on the Internet, and have it removed as quickly as 24 hours.
PETALING JAYA: Girls aged 11 to 13 face the highest risk of becoming victims of child sexual abuse imagery on the Internet.
An offer by one of the world's biggest porn sites to stream its top service for free was condemned by critics as a move to exploit the coronavirus crisis and silence complaints that videos on its platform featured sex trafficking victims.
A growing number of girls as young as 11 are being tricked or coerced into sharing selfies of themselves being sexually abused online, a charity that removes such content said on Jan 15.
South-East Asia is in the grip of a fresh surge of paedophile activity with predators orchestrating and watching abuse on live-streaming sites and via webcams, and paying for it with near-untraceable cryptocurrency, victims and children’s charities warn.
As pressure mounts on social media companies over child grooming and sex abuse imagery, a US-based not-for-profit set up by Hollywood actors Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore tackling the problem has received backing from eBay billionaire Jeff Skoll.
By using deep neural networks for image processing, Google introduces AI technology to detect disturbing child abuse material on the Internet.
Children are being groomed and coerced into livestreaming their own sexual abuse, says the Internet Watch Foundation.
Wider access to smartphones and super-fast Internet access are giving rise to a disturbing trend: a surge in on-demand, live-streaming online child sexual abuse.
India launched its first Internet hotline to encourage people to report online child pornography and curb a surge in photographs and videos on the Internet showing children being sexually exploited, the founders of the initiative said.