Child Exploitation on the Internet

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Make up at list (outline) of at least 3 to 4 questions to best / support your research. Also provide some of the actual examples (crimes committed) and how are they being addressed?

Presentation: Create a PowerPoint presentation on the same topic you just described in your paper. When creating the PowerPoint presentation, pretend that you are an intelligence agency briefing the president of the United States. Your PowerPoint presentation should be between 8 and 12 slides and be created to last about 10 to 15 minutes. Please remember that a PowerPoint presentation is there to support and not replace your paper or speech. You want to keep it straight and simple (KISS). Be sure to only use keywords and stay away from using whole sentences.


Please use the below given file info to make power point presentation. I need bullet points and pictures for ppt not paragraphs. And also you need to add best examples of child exploitation on internet for the word and ppt

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Child Exploitation on the Internet

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Economic globalization, internationalization, modernization, and free trade have been welcomed in all the continents without due consideration of the unanticipated set of social problems that come with them (Bales, 1999; Estes, 1997; Lie, 1996). Children are treasures and are not to be used and abused – but to be loved and nurtured. There is evidence of the dramatic rise in child exploitation incidences. The most virulent forms of this exploitation include child pornography, bullying, harassment, sexting, juvenile prostitution and trafficking, and solicitation. This exploitation is not limited by race, ethnicity or economic boundaries.  The cry of abused and exploited children is all over the world.  There are several studies that have been carried out on health or psychological effects of this exploitation. Understandably, the awareness of child exploitation has been increasing each day. There have been major developments in organizations that support such victims. This study aims to bring to light all issues surrounding child exploitation on the internet as well as provide relevant recommendations so as to curb this vice. All factors that contribute to child exploitation need to be put into consideration. There is a need for joint collaboration of all the stakeholders in fighting child exploitation on the internet. All these will help in creating a healthy and peaceful society. The benefits of such a success cannot be estimated in the current state of events.

CHILD EXPLOITATION ON THE INTERNET Child Exploitation on the Internet Abstract Economic globalization, internationalization, modernization, and free trade have been welcomed in all the continents without due consideration of the unanticipated set of social problems that come with them (Bales, 1999; Estes, 1997; Lie, 1996). Children are treasures and are not to be used and abused – but to be loved and nurtured. There is evidence of the dramatic rise in child exploitation incidences. The most virulent forms of this exploitation include child pornography, bullying, harassment, sexting, juvenile prostitution and trafficking, and solicitation. This exploitation is not limited by race, ethnicity or economic boundaries. The cry of abused and exploited children is all over the world. There are several studies that have been carried out on health or psychological effects of this exploitation. Understandably, the awareness of child exploitation has been increasing each day. There have been major developments in organizations that support such victims. This study aims to bring to light all issues surrounding child exploitation on the internet as well as provide relevant recommendations so as to curb this vice. All factors that contribute to child exploitation need to be put into consideration. There is a need for joint collaboration of all the stakeholders in fighting child exploitation on the internet. All these will help in creating a healthy and peaceful society. The benefits of such a success cannot be estimated in the current state of events. CHILD EXPLOITATION ON THE INTERNET Justification My study has been based on the following questions whose answers I seek to find: 1. What are groups of children at the greatest risk of exploitation? 2. How do adult perpetrators of cybercrime against children benefit? 3. What is the extent of organized criminal units involved in child exploitation? The increase of Internet use The Internet has powerfully leveraged the ability to search, manage and share information across the globe. This online platform has created jobs for many people. The accessibility to information is very simple. Researchers can acquire every piece of information they need in the shortest time possible. Learning institutions have developed platforms for elearning so as to cope with the current changing environment. Organizations have changed some of their strategies so as to remain competitive in the market. This is a great step ahead aimed at making sure the human race is as comfortable as possible at home and in their workplaces. A fool will not recognize the many benefits that accompany internet use. On the other hand, Internet use has its own repercussions which cannot be ignored. Both destructive and Constructive information is now available to everyone. The only choice that remains is how to use the information to save or destroy mankind. Perpetrators of evils can now reach any person across the globe in addition to being able to coordinate all their activities. The greatest risk rests on the children who cannot be in a position to make a rational decision on all the information they access. There is even more dangerous when children are transformed into CHILD EXPLOITATION ON THE INTERNET monsters and end up in compromising situations. They are exploited by selfish people who care less for the results of their actions. Some of these things happen so fast but their impact is so fatal. Recruitment of children A research from the National Criminal Intelligence (NCIS), Interpol, Europol, and the FBI, found the Internet to be the principal conduit for child abuse (Silverman, 2002). Unfortunately, the freedom of the Internet has created a wide platform where children can be reached at any time. The offenders have networked in different places in their effort to recruit more children into different vices. The offenders are sadists some of them being victims of similar vices that they promote. The offenders are very cautious during this process so that they fulfill their objectives without being discovered. They lure children by playing mind games with the children who will do anything if their desires will be met. Other offenders brainwash their victims on religious lines and definitely change their religious beliefs. The process may take time depending on the level of willingness expressed by the child on initial introduction. The process may also be so complex and some children may not know if they have been recruited. These fallacies interfere with the psychological responses of the child who later gives in to them. The children find it soothing to keep such information a secret and pretend nothing is happening until they fall victims of exploitation. They consequently suffer affective, anxiety, stress and personality disorders from the different forms of exploitation. These effects may even be manifested in the adult life of the children depending on the damage made at the beginning. Factors that increase susceptibility to exploitation CHILD EXPLOITATION ON THE INTERNET A higher number of children in poverty are at the greatest risk of exploitation (Benjamin, 1998). Organized gang activities promote child prostitution so as to raise funds. Some parents also advocate it supports the household economy or parental drug habits. In addition to this, family dysfunction (e.g., violence, mental illness, sexual and other intimacy boundary issues), family sexual assaults, drug dependency, and recurrent social failures contribute to increased susceptibility to exploitation. Investigators of child exploitation can confirm that the pre-existence of adult prostitution markets contribute to the development of sexual secondary markets where children are sexually exploited, e.g. Chicago, Las Vegas, Honolulu, New Orleans, New York, and San Francisco. This exploitation is because of poverty and the children from poor families are most likely to fall victims. The most intriguing factor is that these exploitations are generally initiated by a more powerful offender who exerts his or her will over that of the child to secure a sexual, economic or other benefit of value. The basic rights, dignity and emotional security of the children are ignored. My study has established that most exploitation is behind an economic context. This financial benefit arising from the children is what constitutes to organized crime units who “own” a number of children who serve their financial interests. Family dysfunction leads to the loss of a sense of belonging and low self-esteem. Such children will join hands with child oppressors just to gain that sense of belonging and prove that they can do something for them to acquire any sort of approval. Inadequate love for the child from the parent has also led to the increase in cases of child exploitation. The child feels unloved. We are all aware of the busy schedules parents have in an effort to secure a decent life but fail to recognize the damage this has on the life of their children. The immaturity nature of CHILD EXPLOITATION ON THE INTERNET street children combined with their lack of education and no marketable work experiences still reinforce the exploitation we all see even though it is not via the Internet. Impact of exploitation The impact of child exploitation and the innocent guardians cannot be underestimated. They are exposed to a broad range of social, emotional, health and other risks which start when they are young and may last their entire lives. They are subject to fear, stress, fatigue, and trauma each day that they live under exploitation. They later fall into relationship problems when they reach adolescence or in their marriages. The cycle of social problems continues to the next generation. Examples of Crimes Committed 1. Trish was born in Hawaii and was raised by an alcoholic mother in Kailua. As a child, a neighbor sexually assaulted her on a weekly basis. By the time she finished intermediate school, Trish was an alcohol addict. She was later recruited with a pornography ring in New York and she left her junior school to make money. She eventually "hooked up" with an escort service that was also involved in the distribution of cocaine. After 13 years of sex work and substance assault, she was diagnosed with AIDS which forced her to commit suicide. Her case was being handled by the FBI's Innocent Images National Initiative. 2. Tony is a 50-year-old African-American male with legitimate businesses in Las Vegas. He recruits young girls and women who are homeless and sends them to Honolulu to work. One of the girls working with The Life Foundation was 15 years old and was being CHILD EXPLOITATION ON THE INTERNET forced to raise a child of Tony. He is reported to traffic girls to Nevada, California, New York, the Bahamas, France, and South America. The FBI is investigating this case. These are just a few examples of the rampant activities of child exploitation on the Internet. This issue cannot be covered in just a simple research as there is so much information on this particular topic. Collaborative efforts will be of help in averting this crime. Researchers need to come up with better strategies to help different organizations that have a keen interest. Recommendations I wish to recommend the following: • A higher law enforcement involvement on all Acts around child exploitation • Creation of awareness of child exploitation on the internet to ensure children are aware of the risks they will face • Investigations to be conducted on suspected groups involved in child exploitation so as to limit their activities and the government to ensure they monitor Internet usage • Promotion of organizations that support the welfare of children across the globe as they partner with various stakeholders CHILD EXPLOITATION ON THE INTERNET References Harcourt, Brace, Jonavich & Diego. (1990). Violence in America: Patterns, Causes, and Public Policy Ruback, B. & Springer Publishing Company. (1995). Violent Interpersonal Behavior Social and Cultural Aspects (New York City) Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications. (1989). [with Marvin, E.]. Pathways to Criminal Violence Oestes, W. (2001). Complete CSEC CHILD EXPLOITATION ON THE INTERNET Janis, W., Finkelhor, D. & Mitchell, K. (2005). National Juvenile Online Victimization Study

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CHILD EXPLOITATION ON THE INTERNET

INTRODUCTION
 Children are treasures should not to be abused
 However, there is evidence of the dramatic rise in





incidences of child exploitation
Most virulent forms include child pornography, bullying,
harassment, sexting, juvenile prostitution and trafficking,
and solicitation.
This exploitation is not limited by race, ethnicity or
economic boundaries.
The awareness of child exploitation has been increasing
each day.
Therefore, this study brings to light all issues surrounding
child exploitation on the internet and provide relevant
recommendations

JUSTIFICATION
 The study is based on the following questions:
 What are groups of children at the greatest risk of

exploitation?
 How do adult perpetrators of cybercrime against
children benefit?
 Wh...

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