Chat for cybersex
"I want them to be punished but I have moved far away to Manila because I am scared for my life," she said.Milet Paguio, a social worker working with commercially exploited children in the Philippines, said that many rescued girls, who have often spent years in the cyber-dens, are often uncooperative with rescuers and confused at first.
Abstract: Text based computer mediated communication (CMC) has recently been the focus of many ethnographic studies by social scientists.
In recent years academic researchers have written extensively about computer mediated communication (CMC).
A significant amount of this research has looked at the ways in which people use text based CMC to chat with each other in real time on the Internet and on socially oriented online services such as America Online (AOL) and Compu Serve.
when they see men, they sometimes cannot control themselves," she said.
In many ways, cyber-sex trafficking appears to be the perfect 21st century crime.
"It gives a strong message to the traffickers: 'We know you are out there now and we are going to get you,'" said Ramores.