The internet provides a vast array of information, fun and enrichment… but, it can also open us up to a world of online danger. Some material (such as sexually explicit material) may be simply offensive or annoying and inappropriate for children. However, other illegal material poses a more serious and harmful threat. Child pornography; luring a child (when an adult lures a child into a personal meeting); or cyber-stalking (for example, harassment through email) constitute illegal activities.
Pedophiles and child pornographers come from all walks of life, transcending social, economic, ethnic or religious lines. Often, many child predators have jobs that bring them into frequent and close contact with children and juveniles. Pedophiles produce, collect, and use child pornography for their own sexual gratification using photographs, videotapes, films and printed material.
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