In this report we address the following problem statement: To what extent is it possible for law enforcement agencies to use Sweetie 2.0 for the investigation and prosecution of webcam sex with minors based on the current criminal law framework (in a selected number of countries)?University students are earning up to £150 a day as webcam sex workers to fund their studies with one woman agreeing to attack a man for hundreds of pounds, it has been revealed.
Police in UK are struggling to cope with the volume of criminals viewing indecent images of children online and call for the targeting of the "tens of thousands" who pose really significant threats of physical harm to children.
British MPs express alarm that many paedophiles will continue their online activities undisturbed as a result of this .
In a disturbing programme Danish TV2 reports on the rapidly growing form of child abuse that is online child sexual exploitation (OSCE) whereby mostly western men pay to direct and watch live stream sexual abuse of minors as young as 4 years old in the Philippines.
Every single day hundreds of thousands of children are victim of webcam sex with 750,000 men worldwide looking for online sex with children in more than 40,000 public chat rooms.
The campaign was followed by global outrage, the United Nations put the subject high on its agenda and in the Philippines, children were rescued from internet dens.