PNP-ACG Director Senior Superintendent Guillermo Lorenzo T.Eleazar said the suspects were arrested inside the office of TLS Synergy Group, an online marketing firm in Cabanatuan City.
” said Deakin, 53, his wrists bound with a zip tie.
Deakin’s arrest on April 20 reveals one of the darkest corners of the internet, where paedophiles in the US, Canada, Europe and Australia pay facilitators on the other side of the world to sexually abuse children, even babies, directing their moves through online livestreaming services.
The Australian Federal Police is concerned demand for child abuse material is increasing across the country.
Live-streaming has been identified as a priority area to target."In 2014 we received about 4,500 referrals of child exploitation material and in 2015 it was 11,000," Justine Saunders said."So, this is a global trend."It's not hopeless but I won't deny this is alarming."The nature of the referrals, the increasing challenges associated with the use of the internet and the anonymity associated with the live-streaming makes this very, very difficult but I won't deny that and certainly we are making in-roads." One way authorities are doing that is by chasing the money trail.
Soon after, he received a text message from Chloe showing a cybersex video of him, with a threat to send it to every one of his Facebook friends unless he sent her $1,000 via Money Gram to an account in the Philippines.
He told police she promised to delete the video once the payment arrived.
The victim complied, then started wondering if Chloe had actually deleted the video. Police said they found no record of Chloe Murray and that the number she used to contact him was false.
The suspected paedophile could see people banging on his front door through his security cameras. In his computer were videos and images of young boys and girls engaged in sex acts.
The FBI says it’s epidemic, and that at any given moment, 750,000 child predators are online.