Amman, Feb. 22 (Petra) -- A man who uploaded and downloaded pornographic images and videos of children is facing child pornography charges after he was arrested by the police's Family Protection Department.
In a statement issued by the Public Security Department, the agency said they received a tip-off from the Interpol about a m....
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Posting, liking, commenting and sharing social media posts has become part of daily life for many people, but those posts can turn into targets for sex traffickers.
“It takes 24 hours to traffic a kid from the time they meet them online. 24 hours,” Cathie Bledsoe, the Indiana State Poli....
Francis Rawls, a former Philadelphia police sergeant, has been in the Philadelphia Federal Detention Center for more than 16 months. His crime: the fired police officer has been found in contempt of court for refusing a judge’s order to unlock two hard drives the authorities believe contain child pornography. Theoretically, Rawls can remain jailed indefinitely....
A well-respected academic who studied sexuality in ancient Greece and Rome was sentenced Thursday to four years in prison for possessing child pornography.
In a letter to the federal judge overseeing his case, Holt Parker said his descent into the world of online child pornography – collecting nearly a thousand videos, acco....
PHUKET: Authorities will today deport a suspected Czech pedophile back to his home country where he is wanted for allegedly committing sexual crimes.
“Czech authorities will provide five policemen to escort him during his flight back,” Immigration Bureau chief Nattorn Prohsunthorn said yesterday.
When Daryl Glenn Pawlak logged into a large child pornography website and downloaded images using his work computer, he was charged with receipt and possession of child pornography.
The operator of the website that was exploiting children, however, was not arrested.
That’s because it was....
A California man is charged with having child pornography on his computer – but the way it was discovered is being challenged in court.
The man took his computer to a local Best Buy’s Geek Squad because it wouldn’t start. They sent the laptop to a facility in Louisville, Kentucky, where employees performed a dat....
A federal judge in North Carolina has sentenced Michael Fluckiger, a co-administrator of a notorious Tor-hidden child porn site to 20 years in prison.
Fluckiger pleaded guilty to running Playpen in December 2015, after being indicted in March 2015. His two fellow admins, David Lynn Browning, of Kentucky, and Steven Chase, of Flor....
LOUISVILLE, Kent. - Did the FBI hire a bunch of 'geeks' to become 'narcs?'
That's what a guy in California is claiming after he got busted for child porn on his computer.....after dropping it off with the 'Geek Squad' at his local Best Buy store.
You see, the computer was shipped off to the Ge....
An Uber driver who suspected child sex trafficking might be taking place in his vehicle reported it to police Monday. He said the signs were obvious and he couldn't stay silent.
Keith Avila, who had barely surpassed his one-month mark with Uber, picked up two women and a girl from Oak Park with the intention of taking them to a h....
Participants of the Workshop "Fight against Child Sexual Abuse Online", organized by the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina and and the Technical Assistance and Information Exchange instrument of the European Commission (TAIEX) will continue to work at the hotel "Bristol" in Sarajevo, today as well.
We recall that the workshop is aiming at strengthening institutional capacity in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the development and strengthening of cooperation in order to operate more efficiently in the fight against any form of abuse and ill-treatment of children and adolescents through information and communication technologies.
On 20-21. February, 2017, at the Hotel Bristol, Sarajevo, the Workshop was held on the topic of "Fight against Child Sexual Abuse Online" organized by the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Technical Assistance and Information Exchange instrument of the European Commission (TAIEX).
Objective of the workshop is to increase efficiency in the fight against any form of abuse and ill-treatment of children and adolescents through information and communication technologies, and contributing to the improvement of institutional capacities in order to prevent sexual abuse of children on the Internet in accordance with international standards and best practices, with special emphasis on the aspect of investigation and European cooperation. The present workshop aims at strengthening institutional capacities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the development and strengthening the cooperation in order to react more efficiently in the fight against this manifestation of organized crime.
At the workshop, Ms. Amela Efendic participated in front of the International Forum of Solidarity – EMMAUS.
At the initiative of the European Commission for many years, Safer Internet Day - SID is marked and celebrated worldwide. On this occasion, many actors in the field of education, child protection, media policy and the telecommunications sector are promoting safe and responsible use of the Internet and information and communication technologies. Every year slogan is chosen and it focuses on a specific issue. Safer Internet Day 2017 will be marked under the slogan “Be the change: Unite for a Better Internet" on February 7.
Encouraged by success of previous campaigns, SID Committee BiH* is marking Safer Internet Day in cooperation with the Center for Safer Internet from Croatia - Center for Missing and Exploited Children (CNZD) Osijek, through a competition for students from 5-9 grade of elementary schools on the topic of Internet Safety. This year the "Foundation Tijana Juric" from Serbia joined this regional initiative, and this year’s online quiz will be held in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia. Children can find the answers to questions on familiar BiH web portal for the safe use of the Internet www.sigurnodijete.ba.
The competition will consist of an online quiz with questions related to the safe use of the Internet, which will be available through the website www.dansigurnijeginterneta.org. The quiz will be active only on the day of marking the SID 2017, February 7, from 9:00 to 19:00, after which the system application for online competition will generate quiz winners amongst children who have correctly answered to 80% or more questions and announce the winners and prizes on the website. (Instructions for children)
Winners will be awarded with adequate prizes - devices such as smart phones, laptops, tablets, headphones, keyboard and mouse sets, webcams, mobile power banks and other prizes. General sponsor of SID 2017 is Microsoft BiH, and valuable prizes for the most successful competitors were provided by: BH Telecom, m:tel, Logosoft and Authority and Partners.
Through interactive maps available on the aforementioned website during the February 7, data on how many children took part in a quiz and from which the cities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia, will be visible. The final event or awarding ceremony is planned for after the completion of the quiz, in February 2017, in the presence of the media and the public.
Media patrons are : Mreza za izgradnju mira, Radio Kameleon, TNT group and bljesak.info.
* SID (Safer Internet Day) Committee of BiH is a body formed in 2011 with the aim of implementing preventative and promotional activities for the protection of children and youth in their use of information and communication technologies. This body was established by the International Forum of Solidarity – EMMAUS (IFS-EMMAUS) in coordination with the International Organization Insafe – a European network of centers that raise awareness of and promote safe and responsible use of the internet and mobile phones among children and youth. The committee is headed by the State Coordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings and Illegal Migration, and its members include representatives of the Communication of Regulatory Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, IFS-EMMAUS, Save the Children, OneWorldSEE, and Microsoft BiH. Safer Internet Day is just one in a series of activities that these organizations, individually and jointly, have implemented with the aim of educating children and parents about the risks that the internet brings, and how to adequately protect themselves from them.