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  1. 1 read ACSE Project Save the children Italia Onlus et alteri Language English The White Paper on child sex offenders: “Treatment and diagnostic profile of online sex offenders to the detriment of minors for the prevention of and fight against this phenome ...

    The White Paper on child sex offenders: “Treatment and diagnostic profile of online sex offenders to the detriment of minors for the prevention of and fight against this phenomenon”.The “White Paper on child sex offenders”, fourth and last stage of the ACSE project, is a series of considerations and suggestions that are the outcome of a process funded by the European Commission. This project came to life in response to one of the priority European calls of a domestic nature: the sexual exploitation of children, illegal use of internet, and cyber‑criminality.Two of the most alarming and less known contemporary phenomena are child pornography and grooming.Child pornography is an exponentially increasing offense and this fact is confirmed by data provided by the Postal and Communications Police.The child pornography offender’s profile does not coincide with that of an average pedophile: they operate outside the family context; are much younger; if intercepted by the police, they end up in jail for a couple of days and penalties tend to be low and do not always enforceable (for example suspended sentences) thereby allowing the subject to avoid entering into a prison circuit, and all the more so, for the sentence to be enforced and often this results in losing trace of the offender.In many cases, the behavior of child pornographers rapidly escalates leading to solicitation and sexual abuse both online and offline, moreover, in order to be accepted in child pornography circuits, they must in turn produce and distribute their own child pornographic material, bringing what could be comparable to a tribal ritual, a sort of “offering”.Grooming is also an increasing offense that is growing exponentially. It is estimated that at least 30% of preadolescents that surf the web have been in contact with this phenomenon. From a legal point of view, in Italy, only with Law N. 172 of October 1, 2012, was the convention issued on October 25, 2007, for the protection on minors against exploitation and sexual abuse of the Council of Europe, ratified and enforced. Implementation of the EU directives regarding the taking in charge of those who use child pornography material and the treatment of abusers has yet to be completed.This White Paper includes different articles by several Italian specialist on this topic, they describe the legal situation in Italy compared to other coutries als Germany, Spain, France and Norway including a complete anasysis of the Italian legislation.

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    • Italië
    • ACSE Project
    • Save the children Italia Onlus et alteri
    • Child pornography
    • Child pornography
    • online sex
    • Grooming
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  2. Taal Engels European Commission In addition to their second report on Child Sexual Abuse online, the Global Alliance against Child Sexual Abuse Online has also compiled a comprehensive threat assessment, which provides a clear picture of th ...

    In addition to their second report on Child Sexual Abuse online, the Global Alliance against Child Sexual Abuse Online has also compiled a comprehensive threat assessment, which provides a clear picture of the changing landscape of child sexual abuse online and a strong call to action for all. The objective of this threat assessment is to more fully inform leaders about the nature, magnitude, and global scope of this crime problem, and provide support for the local, national, and international policy changes pertaining to these offenses that are necessary in order to accomplish the shared policy targets.The Global Alliance is an initiative by the EU and US in which 54 countries from around the world have gathered in a Global Alliance against Child Sexual Abuse Online. 

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    • Voorstellen en rapporten van de Europese Commissie
    • European Commission
    • Child pornography
    • Webcam Child Sex Tourism (WCST)
    • Minderjarigen / Kinderhandel
    • Webcam Child Sex Tourism
    • Child pornography
    • Child trafficking
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  3. Taal Engels This literature review maps out what is currently understood about the intersections of youth, risk, and social media. The article framed this review around the most prevalent risks youth face when online: harassment, solicitati ...

    This literature review maps out what is currently understood about the intersections of youth, risk, and social media. The article framed this review around the most prevalent risks youth face when online: harassment, solicitation, and exposure to problematic content. The article states that much more research is needed about the participation in social media of registered sex offenders:'No laws prevent registered sex offenders from participating in social media, but many people are concerned about their participation and the potential risk it poses to youth. There are no studies that concern the activities of registered sex offenders online, whether their participation in social media is correlated with increased risk, or whether they use social media to contact youth more than other channels. Much more research is necessary to determine whether registered sex offenders pose a threat to youth through their online activities.'

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    • Artikelen
    • United States of America
    • Child pornography
    • Internet
    • Webcamsex
    • Child pornography
    • Grooming
    • Engels