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  1. 1 read Language Dutch The findings from this survey paint a picture of inequality in the provision of Sex Relationship Education (SRE) at home and at school in England today, and also indicate a trend towards SRE improving, albeit very slowly, over time. ...

    The findings from this survey paint a picture of inequality in the provision of Sex Relationship Education (SRE) at home and at school in England today, and also indicate a trend towards SRE improving, albeit very slowly, over time. There is overwhelming evidence about the protective function of SRE at both primary and secondary school level. The case for accelerating improvement in SRE cannot be made more strongly.

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    • Rapporten
    • Verenigd Koninkrijk
    • Grooming
    • Social Media
    • Risicogedrag van kinderen op internet
    • Affectieve relatie
    • Risicogroep
    • Engels
  2. Europol Taal Engels This report highlights important developments in several areas of online crime. The changes in the production of malware are increasing rapidly in scale and sophistication. These are producing cybercrime capabilities ran ...

    This report highlights important developments in several areas of online crime. The changes in the production of malware are increasing rapidly in scale and sophistication. These are producing cybercrime capabilities ranging from simple key logging and theft of sensitive data, to ransomware and sophisticated and complex banking Trojans. Malware is also essential in creating and controlling botnets. Recent developments in the use of peer-to-peer networks to host command and control infrastructure create additional difficulties for law enforcement to disrupt or takedown botnets.Child sexual exploitation online continues to be a major concern with offences ranging from sexual extortion and grooming, to self-produced child abuse material (CAM) and live streaming, which pose particular investigative challenges. Offenders are facilitated by many of the same services and products as typical cybercriminals including anonymisation tools, secure e-mail, bulletproof hosting and virtual currencies.

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    • Rapporten
    • Europese Unie
    • Europol
    • Internet
    • Grooming
    • Grooming
    • Sextortion
    • Social Media
    • Internet
    • Engels
  3. Europol Taal Engels Rapid innovations in information and communication technologies facilitate the trafficking in human beings (THB) by exposing a growing number of victims to traffickers. These traffickers use social networks and online cl ...

    Rapid innovations in information and communication technologies facilitate the trafficking in human beings (THB) by exposing a growing number of victims to traffickers. These traffickers use social networks and online classified sites to market, recruit, sell and exploit their victims. The internet has shifted the recruitment, advertising and selling process from the street to the digital domain.Online interaction creates both risks and opportunities for criminals, victims and law enforcement. Criminals and victims leave permanent traces, which facilitates identification, but not necessarily intervention. This gap between identification and intervention is becoming more difficult to overcome for law enforcement. This Intelligence Notification provides an overview of Europol’s knowledge on the role of the internet as a facilitator for THB.

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    • Rapporten
    • Internationaal
    • Europol
    • Internet
    • Grooming
    • Sextortion
    • Social Media
    • Internet
    • Engels
  4. 5 Taal Engels Research conducted with a number of Barnardo’s services warned that children from good homes are at the same risk of sexual abuse as less fortunate children due to their activities on the internet. The internet and new technolo ...

    Research conducted with a number of Barnardo’s services warned that children from good homes are at the same risk of sexual abuse as less fortunate children due to their activities on the internet. The internet and new technologies have allowed potential victims to be accessible and available to perpetrators, who may be anonymous, quickly and freely in ways that would otherwise not be possible. Children and young people at risk of harm online may not have any previous vulnerabilities that are often associated with being victims of sexual abuse and exploitation, such as being in care; from families facing adversities or having a history of sexual abuse. This means that they are less likely to be identified as they might not be known to the authorities. The new report found almost half of young people admitted keeping their parents in the dark about their online activities. 

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    • Rapporten
    • United Kingdom
    • Internet
    • Grooming
    • Sexting
    • Sexting
    • Grooming
    • Social Media
    • Child pornography
    • Risk behaviour by children on the internet
    • Engels
  5. 132 reads Language English Overview/abstract: 'This submission responds to four of the seven Terms of Reference for the Inquiry Into Cyber-Safety by the Australian Parliament’s Joint Select Committee on Cyber-Safety. In preparing this submission, an ...

    Overview/abstract:'This submission responds to four of the seven Terms of Reference for the Inquiry Into Cyber-Safety by the Australian Parliament’s Joint Select Committee on Cyber-Safety. In preparing this submission, an analysis of cyberbullying concerns among children and young people has been undertaken. An extensive review of the literature related to ‘sexting’ and online help-seeking behaviour was also conducted in order to provide information on these two emerging online phenomena involving young people. Furthermore, the potential for existing and future partnerships between various stakeholders was investigated. Based on the data, BoysTown has developed seven key recommendations for the Committee’s consideration which we believe will significantly improve the current responses and support being afforded to children and young people in relation to cyber-safety and other online concerns.'

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    • Rapporten
    • Australië
    • Sexting
    • Sextortion
    • Social Media
    • Risicogedrag van kinderen op internet
    • Engels
  6. University of Tilburg Taal Engels Abstract: 'Online safety for children and adolescents as a policy issue finds itself in a turbulent arena: emerging new mobile and online technologies and applications carry opportunities and risks and ...

    Abstract:'Online safety for children and adolescents as a policy issue finds itself in a turbulent arena: emerging new mobile and online technologies and applications carry opportunities and risks and constantly bring new challenges. This article explores particularly the field of adolescents and cybercrime against a background of a culture of control combined with an increasing use of new media by youngsters. Based on two particular cases, i.e. 'grooming'—a new development in criminal law where children and adolescents are treated as (potential) victims in need of protection—and 'sexting'—a new development in online risk-taking where adolescents are framed as (potential) offenders in need of repression—we argue that public policy with respect to adolescent behaviour and online risks is tilting towards more control. These developments in cybercrime policy that focus on criminal law as a policy instrument disturb the balance between the freedom of adolescents to develop into responsible and independent adults and controlling online risks. Other, more promising avenues, such as encouraging digital literacy of citizens and protecting those children who are particularly vulnerable, should rather be at the forefront of public policy.'

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    • Artikelen
    • Internationaal
    • University of Tilburg
    • Internet
    • Grooming
    • Sexting
    • Grooming
    • Sextortion
    • Social Media
    • Risicogedrag van kinderen op internet
    • Engels
  7. Taal Engels This report explores the relationship between sexual violence and social media with a focus on youth. The research aims to investigate the relationship between sexual violence and social media among youth. It also offers recomme ...

    This report explores the relationship between sexual violence and social media with a focus on youth. The research aims to investigate the relationship between sexual violence and social media among youth. It also offers recommendations to help stimulate discussions about prevention programming and evaluation in Ottawa.

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    • Rapporten
    • Verenigde Staten van Amerika
    • Internet
    • Grooming
    • Social Media
    • Risicogedrag van kinderen op internet
    • Seksueel geweld
    • Engels
  8. 2 Taal Engels This report explores the relationship between sexual violence and social media with a focus on youth. The research aims to investigate the relationship between sexual violence and social media among youth. It also offers recomm ...

    This report explores the relationship between sexual violence and social media with a focus on youth. The research aims to investigate the relationship between sexual violence and social media among youth. It also offers recommendations to help stimulate discussions about prevention programming and evaluation in Ottawa.

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    • Rapporten
    • United States of America
    • Internet
    • Sexting
    • Sexting
    • Grooming
    • Social Media
    • Risk behaviour by children on the internet
    • Sexual violence
    • Engels
  9. Taal Engels This report describes the effectiveness and current issues of law enforcement against cyber crime in the Phillipines. The report states the following about new trends: 'There are around 177 Internet Service Providers (ISPs) ...

    This report describes the effectiveness and current issues of law enforcement against cyber crime in the Phillipines. The report states the following about new trends:'There are around 177 Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in the country today with the major providers offering services at an average rate of P25.00 per hour. Digital subscriber line (DSL), wireless and fixed broadband, cable, satellite Internet facilities are now being offered to the public making access to the internet easily serviceable. The number of Philippine Internet users range to 33.6 million.3 Contributing heavily to its growth are Internet cafes that allow Filipinos who do not own computers to gain access to the facility at an affordable price. An increasing number of schools and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) accessing the Internet contributed to this growth as well.' The Philippines has been regarded as a haven of crime committed online for many years while other countries have developed cyber-warfare. It has only begun its stand when the country received recognition in 2000 as the source of "LOVE BUG" or the "I love you" virus. It has been 13 years since the virus bolstered the insufficiency of the government‟s policies on cybercrime suppression, investigation and prosecution when the author of the virus was released from jail and no case was filed against him for lack of legislation defining the act as a crime and imposing penalty for such commission. On 12 September 2012, the Philippine Congress enacted the Cybercrime Prevention Act to govern crimes committed in the cyberspace. The new law specifies several new acts of cybercrime. Among those prohibited under the law are cybersex, online child pornography, illegal access to computer systems or hacking, online identity theft, and spamming. It increases the penalty for computer-related crimes. However, the law could not take its course in attaining its aim due to the indefinite restraining order issued by the Supreme Court for its implementation until the petitions challenging constitutionality of the law were resolved last February 2014.'

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    • Rapporten
    • Filipijnen
    • Internet
    • Vervolging
    • Grooming
    • Sextortion
    • Social Media
    • Kinderporno(grafie)
    • Engels
  10. Taal Engels Abstract: 'Sexting can be a costly activity, particularly for teenagers. As more teenagers engage in sending sexually explicit images to one another, the likelihood of serious long-term consequences increases. When sexting ...

    Abstract:'Sexting can be a costly activity, particularly for teenagers. As more teenagers engage in sending sexually explicit images to one another, the likelihood of serious long-term consequences increases. When sexting is used as a means to bully, the potential severity of consequences also increases. In many jurisdictions, prosecutors may charge juveniles caught sexting with possession or distribution of child pornography. At the same time, some states have recognized the severity of such a charge and found other ways of addressing the teen sexting problem. This Comment addresses the current issues surrounding juvenile sexting by examining empirical data, legal responses, and legislative reactions. It argues that Washington’s current approach to juvenile sexting is inappropriate and should be amended. It suggests a two-tiered statute that separates non-malicious juvenile sexting from malicious juvenile sexting. The proposed statute, which would punish cyberbullying and malicious juvenile sexting more severely, will allow Washington to effectively deter harmful behavior while taking into account juvenile immaturity.'

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    • Artikelen
    • United States of America
    • Sexting
    • Sexting
    • Sextortion
    • Social Media
    • Grounds for prosecution
    • Engels

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