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Podcast on Preventive Measures of Cyber crime against children :

Podcast on Preventive Measures of Cyber crime against children Joseph S. Wilson PAD 747

Statistics on child Predators &the internet:

Statistics on child Predators &the internet Eighteen percent of children use chat rooms where a majority of internet crimes begin. Records documented of a span of ten years found at least 80 million child pornographic images. Over fourteen percent of children receive sexual invitations online. Greater than half the children who receive sexual lures were requested to send pictures. 73% of propositioned children met with their solicitor. The numbers of internet reported cases of child predators continue to steadily increase.

Defining Online child Predators:

Defining Online child Predators Pedophilia is a psychosexual disorder associated with a sexual preference for children. Child pornography is defined as inappropriate depictions of youth to provoke sexual response. In most countries a person can be categorized as a pedophile if they are 16 years of age or older & have a sexual preference for pre-pubescent children. These sex offenders watch, store, download, & transmit pictures of children in a sexual context. The penalties of online child sex offenders differ from country to country.

Four Major laws in the History of Child Pornography online :

Four Major laws in the History of Child Pornography online The Communication Decency Act (CDA) of 1996: One of the first major attempts of Congress to regulate child pornographic material online. The Child Online Protection Act (COPA) of 1997: Restricted minors from accessing harmful material & was engendered as a response to the CDA that had been struck down. The Child Online Privacy Act (COPPA) of 1998: This Act became effective on April 21, 2000. The goal of this Act was to protect the privacy and safety of children. The Act prohibits children under the age 13 from disclosing personal information online and granted parents more freedom in monitoring their children as oppose to the CDA and COPA. The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) of 2000: Requires libraries and schools to use internet filters to protect children from online material that is harmful.

Graph on why the problem exists:

Graph on why the problem exists This graph shows that one of the main reasons why children do not confide in their parents and fall victim to online predators is because of their growing dependence on technology for answers.

Table On Why the Problem Exists:

Table On Why the Problem Exists This table shows that it public schools almost nine years to fully implement filtering as a preventive measure against child pornography. Slow actions to enact the law is just another indication of the problem.

Preventive measures in fixing the problem:

Preventive measures in fixing the problem 1) Installing Exclusion Filtering 2) Covert Investigation Techniques 3) Educating Parents 4) Educating Youths 5) Stricter Governmental Regulation 6) Business and Law Enforcement Partnership 7) Available Hotlines or Means of Reporting the problem 8) Unanimity of Laws Between Different Countries 9) Use of Software PICS to Stop & Prevent Distribution 10) State Responsibility and Unanimity All of T hese Preventive Measures Individually May Have but Must be Individually Combined to Make a Difference.

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