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Child Abuse on the Internet

"With the advent of the internet, virtual pornography, virtual flashing and virtual soliciting for pornographic ends or sex, are but a keystroke away. CHILD ABUSE ON THE INTERNET examines the problem of child pornography and paedophilia on the Internet and suggests strategies for how to combat it. Also included is a reference section that provides the site locations of organizations that have made significant advances in protecting children online."

Childadvocacy.com, the E-Magazine for Children's Advocates

‘(…) This book is comprehensive and it offers an excellent overview of policies and programs designed to respond to the problem of the sexual exploitation of children through the internet. Understandably, much emphasis is placed on prevention and the use of law enforcement to apprehend perpetrators. The issues of free speech and censorship of the internet is discussed in a sensitive way and attention is also given to the treatment of those who engage in child exploitation. Although this book deals with a rather specialized issue, it contains much information that will be relevant to anyone concerned with child welfare issues today. Indeed, it is a very helpful addition to the child welfare literature.’

Social Development Issues

‘This volume records the response to child pornography and sexual abuse of children through misuse of media and internet from these sectors. It describes the major work being carried out in some African countries, in Albania, Brazil, Guatemala, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka, and shows the efforts being made to share information and build networks.’

CRIN (Child Rights Information Network)

 

 

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