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A new study by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has revealed shocking statistics on children being groomed, coerced and blackmailed into live-streaming their own sexual abuse over webcams, tablets and mobile phones.
was conducted over a three-month period and identified 2,082 images and videos of live-streamed child sexual abuse.
All parents and carers should remain vigilant.”For more than two decades, Microsoft has been working to fight online child sexual exploitation with technology, partnerships and educational efforts.
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said: “The majority of children we saw in this study were aged between seven to 13. Thankfully, the study identified very few children within this age range.Because of this, In the last six months, IWF data has found that a little over a third (38%) of reports to the organisation on child sexual abuse online were now what we term ‘self-produced’.This term refers to a scenario where the child is alone, or with other children and is persuaded or ‘groomed’ into taking images or videos of child sexual abuse and then share them, often with someone they trust.This indicates the abusive imagery was being shared with the intention of advertising paid downloads of videos of webcam child sexual abuse.The Internet Watch Foundation, which conducted the research (over a three-month period from August to October 2017) with funding support from Microsoft, is calling for greater awareness of online child sexual abuse using live-streaming apps.