Traffickers will find a way to meet up with a young person and, shortly after, force them into their sex trafficking ring.
"40% of teens say they reply to people they don't know on the internet," according to Teen Research Unlimited.Children and teens don't realize that the internet, such a big part of their daily life, can become a dangerous part of their lives.Predators pretend to be going through the same kinds of crises and provide the teens opportunities to talk each other through them. Lieberman explains that people get extremely close with others when they go through shared crises together.People who were hostages together in a bank robbery become life-long friends, despite the fact that they were total strangers up until their "shared" crisis.I love the hippie room it awesome lots of layed back ppl looking to chat with good ppl it a good place to look for a nice chat come and find me my usual name is Box Of Cereal come find out for ur self who knows maybe u'll like it Wow i remember not long ago this use to be way different.
I am addicted to this site it is so cool i have meet a lot of new friends including my best friend who i can really trust and love lots.... New people here almost everyday xoxoteen chat is like a home away from home for me.
However, also included on the list of punishable offenses under this new act is cybersex and some harsh new punishments for libel.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation cites the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines as saying the new act actually broadens the scope the country's libel law, which it describes as "so antiquated and draconian that the United Nations Human Rights Council itself declared it excessive and called on the Philippine government to review the law with the end of decriminalizing libel." Wired UK reports that the cybersex portion of the act is an effort to put a stop to sex trafficking and forced prostitution.
Online predators and traffickers find their victims by pretending to be in that same teen stage of learning -- navigating the new and often exciting issues of young adult life.
It is exactly how predators gain trust of the teens online.
The Philippines is today making headlines around the world after President Benigno Aquino III signed a law that bans cybersex as part of a cybercrime prevention tactic.