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Child Sexual Exploitation

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Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Online- A Strategic Assessment (by European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) – Europol)

This assessment makes a clear distinction between the situation on the Surface Web2 , the Deep Web3 and the Darknet4 . The purpose of this is to influence an outdated assessment of the problem, which characterises commercial CSE as dedicated websites or URLs being accessible by regular search engines. Moreover, this stereotype will also be examined by providing facts relating to emerging trends and new forms of commercial activities on the Surface Web itself. Through an examination of the scale and extent of existing activity as well as the most recent developments in these areas, this assessment aims to recommend solutions and suggest regulations. These are aimed at enabling both the Law Enforcement (LE) and private sector communities to prevent and tackle this horrific crime in the best possible way


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