Some “enterprising” individuals also put up the capital for the Internet “business” by giving or renting out wi-fi ready laptops with webcams, and then get a certain percentage for the online operations.Last November, reports also came out about “Sweetie,” a 10-year-old girl who would go to video chat rooms offering online sex acts.Last year, authorities raided a house in a slum area in Cebu and apprehended a couple who were forcing their children to engage in sex acts in front of a web camera, charging viewers 0 each.Police said the parents would enter chat rooms to seek out potential clients, then arrange for payment through international e-payment centers.The report is appalling, but many people are no longer surprised because this has been going on for so many years – decades even – with news of pedophiles flocking to resorts and other tourist attractions that offer entertainment of an erotic nature.
It was used to lure online sexual predators into providing personally-identifiable information, so that this information could then be reported to law enforcement agencies.
An estimated 400,000 of the victims are women while 100,000 are children, with 80 percent of them female under 18.
A special documentary series titled “The Fighters” (the result of two years of undercover research and filming in the Philippines) shown in CNN International last year featured the story of a girl who was duped into working as a prostitute when she was 15.
The original author of this story is not named but she really did do this.
I may post the original (and change the names) for now you get a simulation of a REAL event..