The abusers are grooming people, usually in developing countries like the Philippines, to procure children and paying to instruct sexual abuse which is broadcast over the internet using webcam.
It is a deliberate tactic to try to evade detection by authorities like the AFP, because it leaves little to no digital trail."Certainly we're seeing an alarming trend of Australians that are engaged in this activity," AFP Assistant Commissioner Justine Saunders told 7.30."It's no different to you or I, if we were going on and communicating between each other on Face Time or Skype where you're on a conversation with another person and there's no record of the conversation you're having during that time."Despite that, the AFP is having some success targeting live-streaming abusers.7.30 has been told the inside story of an extraordinary international crime-fighting operation that nabbed multiple live-streaming abusers and rescued children from harm.
From his Brisbane home, 42-year-old Kyle Dawson would pay a woman in the Philippines named Joann for live sex shows over webcam.
However, it was not enough for Dawson, who convinced Joann to involve children in the webcam shows."That was what we call the grooming method, whereby through his conversations he then encouraged them to bring children into the child exploitation shows and those shows were then broadcast," Anthony Maguire, a Manila-based agent for the AFP, said.
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Sexual objectification is the act of treating a person as a mere instrument of sexual pleasure.
Objectification more broadly means treating a person as a commodity or an object without regard to their personality or dignity.
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