A report by a leading US anti-porn website has revealed how the internet can be a safe haven for paedophiles and sex traffickers.
The Independent is publishing a report into how internet use is changing children’s lives, and how the law can be changed to protect them.
Its titled The Truth About Porn: How to Keep Your Children Safe online and it reveals how internet porn is being used by sex traffickers and paedophilia to exploit children.
Its due to be published in the coming weeks.
Online safety has become a major issue, with the number of children being trafficked online increasing by 60% since 2013.
Online sex workers, pimps and child sex traffickers are exploiting the internet to facilitate their trafficking.
The report says that internet users can be tracked and monitored by the authorities.
This is an issue that has not been fully tackled in Ireland, as the use of the internet is not criminalised and so no-one is prosecuted for using the internet.
A report released by the Irish government last year found that online sex workers were trafficked to other countries, where they were exploited and exploited again.
The Irish government believes that online pornography has an enormous negative impact on children, and the Government’s proposed legislation would change this.
Online Sex Workers in IrelandReport by the IndependentThe report found that:The Irish Government has published a report entitled Pornhub Exploits Children in Ireland: The Hidden Story of Pornhub.
This report, written by former Labour minister James Reilly and released in March this year, reveals how the UK-based porn company exploited children in the UK.
In the UK, children are trafficked for sexual exploitation on sites like Ebay and the online classifieds site Fiverr, as well as on websites such as Fiverrs UK and Ebay’s US sister site Craigslist.
These sites are used by paedophiliacs and sex trafficking ringleaders to entice children to work for them.
This abuse is carried out through various tactics including the use the use and promotion of false advertising, which enables child sex trafficking to be organised and carried out.
These include false claims about child sex and sexual abuse, the promotion of paedophile material, including child pornography and exploitation of children, as part of a wider sexual exploitation network.
The Government is also considering changes to the laws relating to child pornography.
The findings also reveal how child sex trafficked children are being exploited in the online sex industry.
The majority of children in Ireland are traffipped through online services.
The child sex abuse that happens on these sites is not reported to the authorities, or prosecuted, and therefore does not receive the attention it deserves.
This makes it extremely difficult to find out how to protect children from this abuse, and in particular children that are traffapped through these services.
Online Safety in Ireland – What You Need to Know